Let Me Introduce Us (Again!)

Every now and then I feel the need to reintroduce our crew to new followers on the Blog and our Social Media Pages, as we celebrate an anniversary this month I thought it would be a perfect time! I cannot believe this past market started year 5 for us at SSM! We have had 4Continue reading “Let Me Introduce Us (Again!)”

June!

All winter I complain about the cold, I pray for the summer and swear I will not complain about the heat. That isn’t necessarily a lie, since I have been consistently complaining about the rain and humidity for the past 2 weeks, not really the “heat” per se. Since I always try to look atContinue reading “June!”

Arts & Crafts (*eye roll*)

I am not an artist, nor am I a craftsman, but I am surrounded by a talented group of both.  Because of Seaglass I meet artists, craftsmen, artisans, builders, and makers every month and I love taking the time to meet them, look at their photos and tell them the ins and outs of theContinue reading “Arts & Crafts (*eye roll*)”

Finding Your Tribe by Amy Atwell

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 participatesContinue reading “Finding Your Tribe by Amy Atwell”

Here We GO!

Happy New Year! As we start off 2017 at SSM we are looking forward to some changes. We have had a few indoor vendors move out and we are excited about the new ones moving in…and one who is just MOVING. Mike of Kinzie Krafts has not only decided to expand by moving into aContinue reading “Here We GO!”

Falling into Autumn

October certainly came and went quickly, although, I guess I’m rushing it, as it isn’t over yet. It certainly was an eventful month. My husband Brad and I celebrated our anniversary (4 years) at the beginning of the month, he turned 52 mid-month and his son (my stepson) Jarrett will be turning 20 as theContinue reading “Falling into Autumn”