Monday wash day



We had a huge weekend at the Market. The crowds were massive early on, and at first I thought we were going to sell out before noon. Luckily things slowed to a more manageable pace so we could enjoy ourselves, chat to bloggy friends, have a browse at all the gorgeous stalls, and still sell out for an early mark.

After a busy few days it's so good to have a quiet day at home, even if there is a massive pile of washing waiting for me!


15 comments:

  1. Nothing like Monday's washing to drag you down. Glad the markets went well- the cupcakes look divine- as usual. xo Meagan.

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  2. Lovely photo from the market, I'm glad you got time for chin wagging too. This is a very important part of having fun at a market isn't it? Your cakes look delicious! xo

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  3. Oh look at those cupcakes...amazing.
    Hope all is well for you and that your monday was slow and yet productive. Have been absent from this space for a while, sadly so and hope you are all happy and well...xxx

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  4. Thank goodness for chin waggery amidst the chaos. I suspect our Mondays were similar. There's still a Tuesday Mount Washing requiring attention...

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  5. Those cup cakes look fab, no wonder you were busy!! The photo with you (?) or a stall holder and the roses looks like somewhere I'd like to go and have a cuppa and a chat.

    Thank god it's Tuesday then!

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    Please let me know what you think.

    Cheers,

    Cristal B. Maramag
    cristal@menulog.com.au

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  7. I had one of your lemon cheesecake cupcakes and it was just the thing! Delicious, thank you.

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  8. I didn't even realise the market was on last weekend! One of your cupcakes would have been exactly what I needed! I did make my own though, I used the recipe from the Primrose Bakery and I was quite impressed.

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  9. I made a big mistake and read your blog when I was feeling particularly hungry. Looks awesome. Y to the UM.

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  10. Michelle I found the book in Target hobart, of all places! The photographs inside are beautiful!

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  11. As always, a mighty effort of culinary treats Michelle! I think you need to give your lovely blog a subtitle hugo & elsa (the home of Tassie's most scrumptious cup-cakes!)
    Millie ^_^

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  12. I wish I could drop by the Market and pick up some of your cupcakes! That, however, would be a VERY long trip!

    ;)

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  13. The great thing about washing is that unlike children, it is happy to patiently wait!

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  14. I am still waiting for mine in the post - they look delish!

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