Heading to Elwood, to set up for the bazaar, the sun coming up looked like a huge fire, on the horizon.
The bazaar was in the basement of the 1st baptist church. Much later in the day, I hear 5 churches were having bazaars. As you can see plenty of church lady goodies for sale on this table, cookies, fudges, noodles, cheese balls(kept in the fridge). Bread
How fun! I hope I can get to a few Christmas bazaars year! All of the goodies, yum. Great picture of the sun coming up!!ReplyDelete
This looks like a lot of fun, and what a great collection of goodies. I'd love to try the cheese balls.ReplyDelete
Susie, you can go into your ALL POSTS and delete those other two posts and then this one will be first. I have been working with HTML code today and have a headache. I am not techie but will be soon at this rate. I found a McCoy from 1937 at my last church sale. Nearly ran from the building. xo, oliveReplyDelete
Looks like you had a lot of fun on Saturday, Susie. There is nothing like a church bazaar to showcase the talents of the ladies of the church.ReplyDelete
Love those church bazaars! Cute stuff!ReplyDelete
I love church bazaars!ReplyDelete
Church bazaars are so fun :)ReplyDelete
I love these sales. That sun rise photo is amazing.ReplyDelete
I do enjoy it when the Christmas bazaars start.ReplyDelete
The sunrise is impressive; I thought the area was on fire when I first looked!
Oh how fun..I'm sure you enjoyed your busy day!ReplyDelete