Sunday, July 11, 2010

A Sunday Morning in France

This morning we got up at 6am as there was a Vide Grenier (empty your Attic)  Set in a lovely little village called Cahuzac sur Vere not far from where we live
Decided to let you see  a few things that were on offer. These zebra boots were the first thing that caught my eye  on the first stall we looked at, and my eyes are still hurting. The stall holder got all excited as she thought she had a sale, in another life perhaps!  Loved the little racing car and wishing I had a full sized one.






Typical French guys playing cards on a Sunday morning, well they play most morning's so Sunday's no different to them




Where's yer onions mate!!! don't you just  love his little ponytail, and what's on earth is Santa Claus doing here!!!! but he was filling his sack up.


The smell of fresh baked bread that instantly makes your mouth water.
This carpet was on offer for a mere €1,000 felt bad when I asked him the price and saw his eyes light up when he thought I wanted to buy it.
Friends of ours Andy and Suzie  having a good clear out before their move to Spain, going to miss these two, but great excuse to pop down to Spain for a long weekend.


I loved finding Hardy as a hand puppet and had to lift him up just in case he was squashing Laurel you know what he's like.
Bet you want to know what I bought, nothing all that exciting really but this is it. 2 loaves of bread, 3 zips (finally found some metal silver ones) and a measly 4 buttons gorgeous ones though:) and Rob bought a brand new strimmer. Just  heard that what we call a strimmer some call a Weed Wacker!!!  tee hee.
 Voila

8 comments:

Cara said...

Wow....i want those boots :)

PussDaddy said...

Those are some wild looking boots, lol. I have been to France too. Looks like you are having fun. I enjoyed your blog post.

PussDaddy

Susan Hemann said...

I just love to go to flea markets! Are you sure you didn't want those boots?lOl

Krishenka said...

Of course I wanted the boots Susan!!! but I'm not cinderalla:) and anyway I would have fallen of them or had to develop a certain walk that in itself would have people collapsing with laughter.

Lou said...

Oh I enjoyed the browse in the french market~
lovely to see

PoetessWug said...

Woohoo!!!...For the boots! Too bad you didn't get them...SHARP!!! :-))

Linda said...

Love your blog, wish I came here more often.

Krishenka said...

you can come anytime you want Linda more than welcome thank you for popping in

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