When David works on his sermons, I skip town. Okay, that’s not totally accurate. When David is super busy with his sermon, I get out of his hair (that’s better). I can tend to “hover” without really knowing I do it, and so usually when he has to work or write on a Saturday, I’ll find my own thing to do.
This past weekend it was the Vintage Charlotte Holiday Market in NC. I’m listening to a good book on tape so I never mind driving a little ways, plus it sounded like a really interesting event. And it was so worth it!
There were lots of LOW-PRICED and well-priced vintage goodies. I bought 2 things but can’t show them yet in case people I know are reading (hey, they could be Christmas gifts–it WAS a Holiday Market people!) Let’s just say one was a pretty fantastic piece of jewelry (so…not for David), and one was a household item. THAT’S ALL I’M SAYING about what I bought. One thing I WISH I bought? 3 stools for $90, needed new upholstery, but they were really pretty. As I was walking to the vendor to ask about them, someone said, “I’ll take the stools–Cash right now!”, and they did. Boooooo.
I think they’re going to have another one in December