Rain, rain go away, market day another day.....

Well I had hoped this posted was going to full to the brim of all the exciting news and highlights from our first market day. Unfortunately Mother Nature had other things planned for Saturday and as a result the market was cancelled for all stall holders. Never fear we have plans in place for another market day very soon. I will keep you all posted.

Despite the disappoint of the market being cancelled the Big V and I had the most splendid day. We have very rare opportunities where it's just him and I with no little people in tow. So with our darlings being looked after by their grandparents we made the most of the day.
We took a drive, heck it's nice even if the weather is like this to be able to be in conversation without interruption.
We had coffees and chia's. And yes I had a tart at 8am in the morning. Why because I could, there were no children around and I'm pregnant....enough said.

We held hands and laughed out loud together it was great and we took care of some things for the home and business. We visited the big hardware stores and camping stores. The Big V looked at big power tools and belt sanders, for more wood working projects he will be taking on. I looked at wall paper and wall art, and market gazebos.

Exciting news from yesterday mornings wanderings, is that come next market date we will not need a loaner gazebo, we got a great deal on an awesome heavy duty 3mx3m market gazebo. I'm super stoked about this prospect and it's design which is so much better for how I'd ideally like to display some extra bits and pieces.

Overall it was a rather lovely day either way as we talked about the future and my plans for My Vintage Childhood and how we intend on making things work for our growing family. Yesterday made me realise even more so, how happy and blessed I am with my life. I'm doing everything I have ever wanted to do and it fills me up beyond all measure. Sure with raising a family time frames and plans have to be flexible, but I don't care I get to try and be the best mummy I can and I get to potter away on every single one of my little dreams and hobbies.

And today being Sunday and as fate would have it, the skies are clear and beautiful, so since we couldn't do our market yesterday we just stepped out this morning for a few hours to one.
My little people having just enjoyed their pony rides.

Life is good, I hope it is for you too.

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My Vintage Childhood: Rain, rain go away, market day another day.....

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Rain, rain go away, market day another day.....

Well I had hoped this posted was going to full to the brim of all the exciting news and highlights from our first market day. Unfortunately Mother Nature had other things planned for Saturday and as a result the market was cancelled for all stall holders. Never fear we have plans in place for another market day very soon. I will keep you all posted.

Despite the disappoint of the market being cancelled the Big V and I had the most splendid day. We have very rare opportunities where it's just him and I with no little people in tow. So with our darlings being looked after by their grandparents we made the most of the day.
We took a drive, heck it's nice even if the weather is like this to be able to be in conversation without interruption.
We had coffees and chia's. And yes I had a tart at 8am in the morning. Why because I could, there were no children around and I'm pregnant....enough said.

We held hands and laughed out loud together it was great and we took care of some things for the home and business. We visited the big hardware stores and camping stores. The Big V looked at big power tools and belt sanders, for more wood working projects he will be taking on. I looked at wall paper and wall art, and market gazebos.

Exciting news from yesterday mornings wanderings, is that come next market date we will not need a loaner gazebo, we got a great deal on an awesome heavy duty 3mx3m market gazebo. I'm super stoked about this prospect and it's design which is so much better for how I'd ideally like to display some extra bits and pieces.

Overall it was a rather lovely day either way as we talked about the future and my plans for My Vintage Childhood and how we intend on making things work for our growing family. Yesterday made me realise even more so, how happy and blessed I am with my life. I'm doing everything I have ever wanted to do and it fills me up beyond all measure. Sure with raising a family time frames and plans have to be flexible, but I don't care I get to try and be the best mummy I can and I get to potter away on every single one of my little dreams and hobbies.

And today being Sunday and as fate would have it, the skies are clear and beautiful, so since we couldn't do our market yesterday we just stepped out this morning for a few hours to one.
My little people having just enjoyed their pony rides.

Life is good, I hope it is for you too.

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At April 14, 2013 at 2:33 PM , Blogger Zara said...

Oh i hope the markets are a success for you.
You may find the going a bit slow to start with but once people know you're there and consistent you'll get a lovely, loyal following.
nice to see that the poor weather wasnt wasted.
your little ones are so cute
x

 
At April 14, 2013 at 4:12 PM , Blogger Anne @ Domesblissity said...

Oh Trudie. I really felt for you yesterday and watched the weather forecast intently hoping it would fine up. The next opportunity will be twice as good, I'm sure. So glad you made most of the day.

Anne xx

 
At April 14, 2013 at 6:26 PM , Blogger pastcaring said...

What a shame the market was cancelled this time, but there will be many more opportunities, and you obviously had a lovely day regardless. Pony rides, excellent! xxxx

 
At April 14, 2013 at 8:03 PM , Blogger Vix said...

What a shame about the weather but I'm glad you had a lovely time regardless and the pony ride looked great! x

 
At April 14, 2013 at 8:21 PM , Blogger Sunae Reilly said...

I was so devastated yesterday when I woke up to the sound of heavy rain! Today was so unfair with it's perfect weather, too! Although it's great to see that you got to enjoy the sunshine today with your family :) You better let us all know when your next market will be on - I would love the chance to see you in action, and until then we may have to schedule coffee some time! xx

 
At April 14, 2013 at 9:17 PM , Blogger Trudie said...

Thanks for the lovely words of encouragement and support Zara. We will keep on moving forward.

 
At April 14, 2013 at 9:19 PM , Blogger Trudie said...

Thanks for thoughts and encouragement Anne. The next opportunity will very soon and at least all the groundwork is done now.

 
At April 14, 2013 at 9:20 PM , Blogger Trudie said...

Absolutely love day regardless, very blessed. Looking forward to our next opportunity.

 
At April 14, 2013 at 9:21 PM , Blogger Trudie said...

Was a great regardless and we made the most of it. The kids loved, loved their pony rides.

 
At April 14, 2013 at 9:23 PM , Blogger Trudie said...

I was a bit dirty on the weather this morning with bright blue skies. Even if it was drizzling I'd felt better about having missed yesterday. But having said that we did have a great day yesterday regardless. A coffee catch is a must and soon for sure.

 
At April 15, 2013 at 6:51 AM , Blogger Allison said...

o dear!...but you nabbed a gazebo!! and a day with hubs...power tools can be so romantic :)
Allison x

 
At April 15, 2013 at 8:31 AM , Blogger Me said...

I was so sorry when I saw the weather on Saturday but so pleased to read how well you spent the time anyway !! In every cloud there is a silver lining isn't there ?
Have a great week !
Me

 
At April 15, 2013 at 2:16 PM , Blogger Deb @ home life simplified said...

So sorry about the weather, it really was a horrible rainy day. Psyched you got the gazebo though, here's to the next market!

 
At April 15, 2013 at 2:54 PM , Blogger Misfits Vintage said...

Breakfast tarts, pony rides and sunshine - PERFECT!

Sarah xxx

 

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