5.06.2013

A Morning At The Flea Market

This weekend my mom took me and my sister to a flea market a little ways from us. There were so many pretty things. Luckily the market was big enough to suffice our desires, and not so big that we wanted to curse all of the flea markets. It was crowded though. So we went through as quickly as we could so we didn't have to walk behind the people that like to stop in the middle of the aisles: those are the kind of people only a mother could love. Every vendor was so nice and let me take pictures of their displays, bless them. I bought a pretty little book of paper dolls and had a breakfast burrito. Good day.

23 comments:

  1. Your flea market looks incredible! We're still trying to scope out good thrifting spots in our new city. Looks like you found yours.

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  2. I love flea markets. These photos made me feel like I was at mine!

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  3. I wish so bad we had flea markets here, this looks like so much fun and so much cool stuff, so jealous!

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  4. It looks like that trip was a lot of fun :)

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  5. all those pretty spools of thread :)

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  6. love all of these images. that vw van? amazing!

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  7. You are so talented, besides everything else- I love your photos!

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  8. What a fun post! I too love flea markets and antique stores. I'm kinda an antique thrift junky. Ha! Love the colorful pictures. Looks like you had a great time.
    xo
    Taylor
    http://www.nothingbutapigeon.blogspot.com

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  9. love these! going to the flea market is always so fun. it's basically a big garage sale. ;)

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  10. So many lovely things! And I love your Photography, as usual.

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  11. breakfast burritos make all days great.

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  12. So colorful and stimulating! I love it.

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  13. I love this! So many good treasures.

    xo
    http://glorious-inheritance.blogspot.com/

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  14. whaaaaat. wheeeeere?


    p.s. i want to go to the horseshoe flea market this saturday...i'm betting you'll probably be busy with yo' man, but if that's somehow not the case, let a sista know. ; )

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  15. p.p.s. these photos are pretty, like whoa.

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  16. That bike is EXACTLY what I am looking for. Great pictures!

    -Chelsea
    chelsandthecity.blogspot.com

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  17. i love the bicycle with the basket of flowers!

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  18. Wow! I wish we had flea markets like that! You are very lucky to have such a great flea market!

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  19. i have something to confess to you Bri...you're kind of the coolest person in the blogosphere. wait actually eliminate the kind of in that previous statement. you're the coolest person in the blogosphere

    heres the thing. i spent basically all night blog stalking other blogs and then i started to get burnt out so i said to myself "okay secret life of bee will give me a pick me up" and you ALWAYS DO. you're just an all around inspiring human.

    you're such a fascinating person, you're gorgeous and you're honest. You are wicked talented and every time i come to your blog i just feel like you're my cool friend that knows all these neat things and is gladly willing to show me how cool her life is.

    anyway this might have been mildly creepy, and i should stop now. basically i just wanna say thanks for being so rad. the end. kthxbye

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  20. Love your photos!!!!
    they make me dream and travel while I'm here in my small village in Italy ;)

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  21. The typewriter made me smile, makes me want to dig my mums one out of the attic x

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  22. I swear that IN is the worst state for good flea markets. Or maybe you just make flea markets look better than they are with your pretty photos.

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  23. Beautiful photos! My mom had that exact Big Ben alarm clock up until I was maybe 10 or 11 years old. Haha. The sound it makes certainly wakes you up in the morning.

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