Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Having a day out at Webster's Flea Market




  John, had Veteran's Day off so we decided to go out to Webster's Flea Market, which is a very long drive away!! We really enjoyed it though, and bought a ton of fruit and vegies to bring home!! We also found these very frilly orchids and because I just couldn't decide which one, I bought all three! These are fragrant ones, and so beautiful!!! We mostly walked around, tasting homemade treats, and enjoying all the odd things we saw.  And guess who I ran into? My sister, Melody, who had driven all the way from south Florida, just for the day of shopping!! Wow!! We shopped together, and caught up more than we normally do on the phone! What a fun day!!
  Here's what we bought:  Yes, those delicious radishes, cauliflower, beefstake tomatoes, in the photos, as well as, red grapefruit, and navels, squash, avocados, apples, onions, green bell peppers, and scallions.  Also, a new dog collar that has a bandana on it, and homemade turkey and stuffing  dog biscuits, all for Ellie.  For my daughter, I bought, a vintage french scarf, bicycle lights for the front and back inwhich she insisted on using that very night! You know, it's the little things that make us happy!!

9 comments:

  1. How fun.. I agree it is the little things in life that cause us the most happiness!!! Love the pic of you and your man! Kathi

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  2. Hello Bev! Your photos look amazing! Hope you can have find more time to enjoy some scrap booking! Have a wonderful holiday season! :)

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  3. What a great place to spend the day :)

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  4. What a gorgeous array of natural beauty. Awesome pics. Thanks for the sweet comment at Pinque Peacock!
    :O)
    Jessica S

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  5. Hi Beverly. Thanks for coming by the Markerpop blog and commenting. It's soooo funny that you left me a recipe for a pecan pie because I had my very FIRST piece this past weekend. I know crazy, right. It never looked good to me when I was younger and I have been meaning to bake one but hadn't gotten around to it. Anyways, I was in Georgia last week and I stopped by a couple of orchards and soe pecan farms. At the one they had pecan pie and I bought a piece because I figured if a place that i known for pecans can't bake a decent pie then I may as well give up. I took a bite and now I am hooked! It was sooooo delicious, buttery...yummy! Thanks for the recipe, definitely will be making one of these. Maybe for Christmas....

    Hugs,
    Tracy Valure
    http://tracysstampingcorner.blogspot.com

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  6. What gorgeous photos and a beautiful market!!!

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