Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Ooh la la- A french market


Isn't he marvelous?

 
Last month, hubby and I spent a little time in France.  Well, not France but it sure felt like it.
Downtown Glendale was the scene for a French Marketplace and we decided to stop by.
I spend quite a lot of time down there (my son lives close by)  and I'm never disappointed.
Always something new to see.

 The weather was perfect.  Not too hot.  Isn't this little sign sweet?
  My pal Carol has 2 shops in the area and she had so much going on.
I was able to get a quick photo of her.

She was busy taking care of about 1 million things.
I need that hat!
There is just something about a picket fence......

Carol had set up the front yard for an delicious french lunch.

Both stores were packed.  Hubby took one look and said he would hold my bag.
It was a shopping frenzy.

The Astrology store had set up a tent
for readings. 

The 2 golden oldies-hehe.
I had just taken a photo of hubby when a woman came along and offered to take
a photo of the 2 of us.  She said she regretted not having many pictures with her husband.
 I'll take it!

 Dorothy and the ladies are driving to Az as I type.  Can your see me happy dancing?
I can't wait to see them. The baby is almost 8 months old.  Where has the time gone?

I am not sure if I like the "new and improved" blogger.
The jury is out on that....
 Have a Blessed week my friends.
Big hugs!




7 comments:

Elizabethd said...

It actually looks much prettier than our markets here...in France!

Lovely photo of the two of you.

Ms. Bake-it said...

Oh what a fun looking market! How sweet of the lady to take a picture of you and your hubby together. So glad you are going to be able to see the girls! I know what you mean about the time flying! I cannot believe my Little Darling is going to be one year old at the end of next month!

Hugs,
Tracy

Theresa said...

What a fun time, a little bit of France close to home:) Enjoy your visit with the Grandkids and Dorothy!

BIG HUGS!

Kris said...

The French Market looks like fun but I bet the real fun doesn't start until you see those grandkids! Enjoy!

Kris

Pondside said...

What a fun day you must have had!

A Tale of Two Cities said...

"French markets" are the next best thing to being in France--this one must have been a lot of fun!

Meg said...

I'm so glad I found you through FB! I love your Etsy shop, how great are those pillows?

I love that the woman offered to take a pic of both you and your husband.

So excited to follow your blog!

Megan

http://1funkywoman.blogspot.com

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