As we take on a New Year (and we hope yours was a Happy one!) we have a few changes going on. Usually when I say "we" I mean someone at the market...but this time I mean ME! If you follow us on Facebook, and I hope you do, I'm assuming you have already heard … Continue reading What's New?!
No matter what your festival or holiday is, we want to wish you a Merry one! May your day (or days) be filled with love, laughter and happiness. If you are missing someone this holiday season, we pray you find peace and feel their presence among the presents and look back on memories and smile. … Continue reading We Wish You a Merry Christmas
We sure are enjoying the added vendors in The Annex each month, the opportunity to allow them to have a roof over their head when Mother Nature decides to mess with our weather during Market weekend has been a blessing! We have a lovely group of "regulars" each month as other's enjoy the convenience of … Continue reading ‘Tis the Season!
If you know me, you know I can be a little "talkative." So, why do a struggle with writing a blog?! Lord knows there is A LOT rolling around in this brain of mine. I don't know if its needing to have the incentive to SIT DOWN, FOCUS and COMPLETE A TASK or if it's … Continue reading Christmas in July
Have you heard?!?! Seaglass is growing! When the building next door to the original Seaglass Warehouse become available, my mind started racing...it still is! I can see so much in my minds eye, I'm hoping it slowly becomes reality. We had a short period to pull it together in order to debut it at the … Continue reading A Few Growing Pains
Today I hosted our WIN meeting at Seaglass and I gave my 10 Minutes about my business, I thought since today would be the day I would normally send out the reminder I would share it with all of you! I crossed out things that pertain to the group I was addressing, and you will … Continue reading My “10 Minutes”
When I first started painting furniture, my husband was not thrilled. He loves wood. He loves looking at pieces and telling me which wood they are. He loves when a beautiful grain shows through a really good stain. For me to slap paint on these lovely pieces, made his stomach hurt. When we started this … Continue reading Painting Furniture