The second Sunday that I was there happened to be one of the Sundays that my daughters were selling their handmade goods at the market. They have a shared shop on Etsy called Prairie Seed dry goods. It is a place to find vintage and handmade items.
Some of the things for sale in their booth.
Market bags. I learned something new. If you dampen these muslin bags, they keep your greens fresher longer.
Lots of pretty napkins, dish towels, and sachets.
aprons. pot holders, coasters and pin cushions.
some fiddlin' and cloggin'
and of course, these two put in an appearance
definitely not for sale.
have to throw in one more photo of Tessa with her binky (Sid's name for her little dolly)
It was a really hot day. In the 90's and humid, but so much fun meeting people from the neighborhood. If you are ever in Atlanta, head on down to Grant Park and check out the farmers market. My daughters are there every third Sunday.
As for me, I have been slacking this week. I'm a huge Olympics fan, and I have been glued to all of the events. Now that most of my favorites are over, it's time for me to get back to doing some work. So I'll be posting more regularly again. I miss you all when I don't hear from you.