Saturday, October 20, 2012

French Market ~ Sweet Salvage ~ The Finale




Welcome back to the SWEET SALVAGE "French Market" Event... Tomorrow will be the last day... so there's still some time left to 'Score' your French Inspired Treasures and grab a tasty Hot Dog on the way Home!   I would have liked to have spent more than a day there, since there's nothing quite like the Vibe of a French Market Atmosphere and all things French.  My Parents traveled the World extensively, but they were always in agreement that France was one of the most Beautiful Countries they ever lived in and France and the French way of Life made you feel so very Alive!   Dad, being a Master Chef, was intrigued by the tasty French Cuisine and how mealtime was always made so Special by the French... and Mom used to take us to the French Flea Markets and Algerian Casbahs during the time we spent living there.   Good Food and Good Shopping... is there really anything better than that?  *Winks*  I really felt that the Sweet Team did a superb job to bring a Taste of France to the Arizona Desert and I had an enjoyable time.   I'm eagerly looking forward to next Month's Christmas Inspired Event which will begin November 15th! 
Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian


  1. I'm hoping to make it for the Christmas event, Dawn. I've only been there once and enjoyed it so much. Thanks for sharing all the goodies with those of us who are unable to make it each month! Hugs, Janice

  2. Struth!! what a stunning 2 and 3 are some of the most beautiful pics l've ever seen.l also love the pic with the daybed and all the cushions. It would have been heaven on earth to have been there... Your parents have led a fascinating life by the sounds of it Dawn and l guess you would have had your love of antiques nurtured by them...and fancy your Dad being a chef... how marvellous. l'm so happy my botanical pic inspired you...that's awesome. Hope you have a wonderful, wonderful week and thanks so much for sharing the lovely French Market.


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