I made the most of this weekend even though the weather was less than desirable. Saturday started out lovely over by my house and after checking the weather report, Seascape looked very promising. Turns out they were wrong and I was so totally inappropriately dressed it wasn’t even funny! I had a wonderful time anyway at our Mother Daughter brunch with my good friend Jessica and our moms. So much fun that we forgot to snap a pic!! I haven’t seen them since here, so it was so nice to spend the afternoon with them!! We even got to witness a couple getting married. We felt like we were part of the wedding guests we were sitting so close. I have to say, I don’t think I have ever been to Sanderlings on the weekend and not witness a wedding ceremony, or at the very least watched them set up.
Sunday morning I got up bright and early to do my good deed for the day and that was to volunteer at the Jewish Cultural Fair. My mom and I signed up together to be a part of the set up crew. I was hopeful that the sun was going to come out so I wore my wide striped maxi dress. Well the sun didn’t shine but at least the rain stayed away…only a light drizzle (I could handle that, but my hair couldn’t.)
There were so many talented artisans there that after our shift was up we spent the next few hours walking around and picking up a few pieces. Just a few of the notable artists were, Carol’s Crushed Can Art, Anna Belom Designs, and Meryl Urdang’s Silk-under-Glass pieces. But honestly each booth had something great to offer.
All in all it was a great weekend!