The May Market is right around the corner! Hard to believe how quickly the months pass...but here we go again! We are looking forward to a few changes inside, thrilled to have Kevin with Coastal Woodworking joining us and very glad that Bess will still be with us, even if in a smaller capacity. Lunchbox … Continue reading May Flowers
As we head into the 4th month of 2017, and hopefully some lovely weather, we are excited to see what's coming next to SSM! Our indoor vendor list has shifted, and we have some moving going on and some additions! But first, I want to say a heartfelt thank you to a very dear friend … Continue reading April-Donate Life Month
February was an amazing month for SSM, and it kinda snuck up on us! 22 outdoor vendors...BAM, out of the blue! Mother Nature was on our side...what gorgeous weather we had. Spring fever certainly had a lot to do with, what I believe, was our best Market EVER. Cape Fear Raptor Center certainly didn't hurt, … Continue reading Spring is Marching In
My daughter asked me about the “coffee bag chairs” today and it made me think of the blog Lisa Thompson wrote about them wayyyyyyyyy back when we were just starting out…decided to pull it out of the archives today and share it. If you are struggling with alcohol (or drug) addiction, reach out…so many people are out there waiting to give you a helping hand. In honor of Frank Gore, we would like to share the website should you need help or want to get involved with their organization http://www.hebroncolony.org/ Thank you! Kelli 🙂
A little story for your Thursday morning……Frank knew that drinking was not only killing him, but also his family. So at that moment, he dropped everything and checked himself into Hebron Colony in Boone, NC. After completing the program he came out a sober man and never drank again….that was 1970.
Fast forward to 2014….one of our business partners and her husband were celebrating their 2nd anniversary in Boone a few weeks ago. They ran across some great old coffee bags and purchased all they could find. Now the hunt was on for fabulous chairs to upscale with their new find! While on their hunt they ran across a great thrift store and to their amazement, was a charity for none other than Hebron Colony. Why so excited and why do I keep mentioning Hebron? Frank, you see, (who you met in the paragraph above) was her husbands Grandfather.
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Since it's February and every where I go these days I see HEARTS, I thought I'd show a little love. Love to the amazing women I see out there.. GETTING IT DONE. Most are not without male counter parts (although, some are) assisting them with the heavy lifting and cheering them on, but none the less...they … Continue reading Showing some LOVE
Our Second Guest Blogger is Pat Breeden with In The Sand. Creations by Pat. REPURPOSE The Power Thesaurus gives us many synonyms for this word: reprocess, remodel, recycle, reuse, regenerate, rethink, replay, reassign, and relocate. The dictionary defines repurpose as “to reuse something for a different purpose from the one that was originally intended.” … Continue reading Repurpose by Pat Breeden
As most of you who follow us know, we have an amazing group at Seaglass Salvage Market. Our Good Vibe Tribe and the feeling we promote is a big part of what keeps you coming back. I have invited the Indoor Vendors to be GUEST BLOGGERS and I am so excited to see who participates … Continue reading Finding Your Tribe by Amy Atwell