Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Wimberley Market Days, Wimberley, Texas and a sincere "Thank You!" to our veterans!!

This past Saturday my sister, niece and I visited the Wimberley Market Days outdoor market in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. This is the largest and oldest market in the hill country. My sister, Myra, is on the left, my niece, Robin, is in the middle, and I am the lady in blue on the right. We had a nice lady take this picture for us prior to going into the market. The market has many booths and many things for sale as I tried to show you in my pictures: antiques, crafts, food, flowers, jewelry, vintage linens, and many other things. My sister and I both bought some vintage linens. She bought a beautiful Southern Belle runner. I bought a vintage white tablecloth with crochet at each corner and some pretty fingertowels (see the last pictures). My niece bought some jams and salsa from the "Cactus Lace" booth. All three of us bought some fresh Texas pecans from San Saba, Texas for our holiday baking (if I have any left by that time because I keep nibbling on mine!!) After we left the market place, we drove on to Fredericksburg, Texas and had a delicious German food meal at "Der Lindenbaum" German restaurant. We had a fun day as we always do when the three of us get together. I am thankful for my sister and niece and their wonderful love and friendship!!

I would also like to honor all of our military veterans today. I have two veterans myself: my son, Jeremy, who was in the Navy and sang and played with the Navy Band. He performed for special ceremonies and entertained our troops all over. My son, Aaron, who was with the First Cavalry out of Fort Hood and served in Iraq. He was in the signal corp. I am thankful for my sons and their service to our country.

I hope you are having a beautiful day. Thank you so much for stopping by Bunny Cottage. I value and appreciate your friendship. Blessings to each and every one!!


Cottage Rose said...

Hi Vickie; What a fun time you must of had.. Love all the great photos.. Thanks for sharing.


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Vicki!
What fun you girls had at the market. What a wonderful day and finished with laughter and lunch. I loved the gourd what was painted with a Santa face. The battenberg laces you shared, I especially liked the bluebird that embroidered, how free and devine. I love that Texas Chick shirt. Cute! Cute!

Thanks for taking me on this wonderful excursion with your gals. I so enjoyed myself today. Stop by soon. Have a beautiful day sweetie.

Country hugs, Sherry

maría cecilia said...

Hi Vicki, it seems you had a great time with your sister and niece, I would have loved to come with you all!!!! I knew you were a good looking woman and i love your hair, so natural!!!
Many hugs to you
María Cecilia

Julie Harward said...

Now that looks just like the kind of day I like to have...glad you had fun! :D

CC said...

I would have loved to have come along on the trip. I love,love outdoor markets,they're ever so much fun. Love the linens you've shown.

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Hi Sweetie! What an adorable picture!! I loved getting to see you girls! It looks like you had so much fun too! What a lot of beautiful things for sale too!! The linens are gorgeous!

I am so thankful for your sons' service. Our sevicemen are such heroes and I could not be more grateful to them for all they do for us.

Big Hugs,

Fairy Footprints said...

Vickie I love that Sanata wow it was gorgeous. Looked like it was a fun and eventful day.

God bless,

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Vicki... how fun to meet you and your sweet sister and niece "in person"! What cute girls you are! I would so love to go all of those places you went! All your treasures are wonderful too! I would have eaten ALL of my pecans on the way back! A big thank you and salute to your dear sons...God Bless them... xoxo Julie Marie

Pauline said...

Dear Vicki, so nice to see you, your sister and niece...what a strong family resemblance you all share. Looks like you ladies had a great day. Such lovely treasures on display. So pleased you bought some goodies to take home. The Lord's blessings on you all.

June said...

Hi Vicki, you doll you! I love seeing you with your sister and niece having such a great time. Wow, what a wonderful time you must have had here. You guys came home with the goods...that's for sure! I wouldn't have left the nut or the popcorn booth. Both are faves of mine. I can't get enough kettle corn.

Charlotte, Cottontails said...

Hi Vicki,

It looks like a lovely day out... and it all looks so exotic and amazing to me over here in England :-)

Lots of love

Sares said...

It looks like so much fun! I saw quite a few places I would be browsing for a while. Now the kettle corn, I would be buying and eating, no browsing necessary!

Connie said...

Thank you for thinking of our vets this day, sugar! I'm commenting on each blog I find that does this.....

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

That looks like such a fun place Vicki, you must have enjoyed yourselves so much! I just love going to places like that! I was so happy to see the lovely picture of you and your sister & are all such beautiful girls!!!
Have a lovely evening sweet friend~
Love & Hugs, Carol Anne

Maria said...

Hi Vicki! and friendly NY Greetings to your sister and niece! What a grand day... love the kind of shopping you girls did! No wonder you're wearing wonderful smiles :)
Don't you just love hand embroidery and the detailing on those linens!?!
My heartfelt thanks to your sons... God bless them always ~~~ Maria

T's Daily Treasures said...

Sounds like an absolutely fantastic day and the weather looks perfect. All the booths and your purchases are great! Salsa -- yummo! My Mamaw in Mississippi always kept pecans in her freezer and we would just take a pack out and eat them whenever we would visit. May the bluebird of happiness visit you often. :) Blessings, Tammy

Jules said...

what a wonderful post! thanks for sharing :) i'm loving that white "texas chic" tank and cowgirl boots!

prashant said...

; What a fun time you must of had.. Love all the great photos.. Thanks for sharing.

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