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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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Chris

WOW! I had forgotten that market opening was so close! The booth looks so cute again this year and the girls' new "additions" sound wonderful. One day this year I AM going to make it...humm may need to get that on the calendar right away!!! I read about the pupusas...sounds like that was right up your ally, were they spicey? Thanks for the great first day review...looking forward to seeing more in the next 33 weeks! :)

Laura

Congratulations Ladies on your first day, praying the next 33 market days and that people that visit your booth get more than soap or sweets...as I'm sure the Lord is using you both as a light for Him.

Wish we lived closer to attend :)

victoria

I'm so glad your opening day went well. I pray the Lord will bless you with another great selling season.

Victoria

Dorothy Horton

Yay for a great opening day! Jay and I discussed the possibility of making a day trip to surprise you all, but the discomfort of oral surgery kept us home...so sad! But we will be up there sometime over the next 33 weeks, Lord willing, and can't wait to buy new soaps and enjoy tasty treats!

Melissa N

I'm going to have to try that salt soap soon! I enjoyed the slideshow of Sarah's Sweets gallery, everything looks delicious! Hope you girls have a prosperous season at the market.

Tammy C

Gorgeous set up.Cinnabun Fudge sounds yummy.Actually have had a pupusa.When we lived in Dublin,Ohio we had international festival day with many foods representing the families from our school.


At the Wake Forest Farmers markets pets are not allowed.

We need to find anew market here in Smyrna.

Nic

Looks like a great start to the season.
What fun to have a blog reader visit hoping to meet you. Maybe next time you'll connect.

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