Tuesday, October 28, 2014

After the Wildhare Fleamarket | Vintage Windows

Prepping for a Fleamarket takes a lot of work.
This is just part of it.

But this is part of the fun of it…

My family is such a huge support to me, I couldn't do this without them.  My dad spent almost as much time at the market as I did… I hope you had the pleasure of meeting him, he is a wonderful father.
During the week following the Wildhare Fleamarket, I had the opoortunity to help out at this

And this is the selfie I took while on top of the fire truck to get some photos of Break for Breakfast at Portneuf with a big girl camera.  Ok, maybe I'm a little dorky,  but how many times in your life are you on top of a fire truck? 
And this is my call to all of you to do your self exams and schedule a mammogram (40 comes quick gals!)

Add in cheering during a chilly soccer game last week and you'll know why one night this is all I could muster!

So thanks for hanging with me!  Each market I have high hopes of getting before photos and then prettily staged afters along with interesting blog posts, and well organized posts of items available after the Fleamarket.  And then I realize those goals may be more than this gal can bite off at one time.  

Would you be willing to settle for quick backyard photos of some farm fresh windows?!

Here's what I've got:

Two double pane windows ~ SOLD

Two single pane windows ~ SOLD

Vintage, worn window frames (no glass) ~ SOLD

Contact me via phone/text, 208-390-8653 to purchase.  I sell on the local scene in Chubbuck ( Pocatello) Idaho.  

Thank you all so much!

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