Sunday, November 1, 2009

flea marketing again...

Flea Marketing is so much fun! As I mentioned before, my Mother and Step Father are hardcore Fleamarketeers. So, it's so great to be able to take advantage of my time at home, and go with them, to help with their setup. I even brought another chunk of my old CD collection to sell. Of course this weekend's theme was Halloween. Take a look at some of the scenes from the day...
Tony, the Flea Market Director

It was a gorgeous day!

Excuse me sir?


So funny!

I think I saw him move!

Of course I bought it!

The best of show! My mother's display and hand made jewelry.

She stayed busy like this all day!

It was a great day! And, Flea Market peeps are so great. I had so much fun!

I'm really going to miss Philly when we go back to China.



Sara said...

looks like so much fun. i'm absolutely drooling over those jewelery displays!

angelo said...

GO Mom and her jewelry!

Ari said...

I'm totally green with envy over this .I love all those charming places where you can find knick knacks and all kind of odd things.

your mother's hand made jewelry is amazing ...the one in red coral that is on the table is beautiful !!

the aerial view is breathtaking

(I was sure you brought that book )

JeanetteS said...

Your mom makes jewelry? Wow! She should set up an Etsy shop!!

And glad to see you bought the furniture book. :-)

Anonymous said...

thanks for the compliments you left for me! much appreciated!! i haven't been making jewelry very long, but i love the creative outlet. as is the graphic design stuff on my blog.. glad you enjoy it. :)

enjoyed the flea market pics.. and how great for your mom!! her jewelry is beautiful, and wow what an inventory!! that's one busy mama!

Thanh Nga said...

The picture of blue sky looks so harmonous with so plentiful bright colors of trees! The Flea Market is more romantic in such a wonderful weather! And especially your Mother looks so dynamic with her hand-made jewelry pieces. I guess she must feel so young and optimistic for her art work!