Being a teenage bride and mother has its joys and sacrifices. On one hand it is fantastic to be so young now with these fantastic and active children. On the other hand I never really got any adult life in Brisbane.
I AM MAKING UP FOR IT NOW!
Being in my 30s has been the best time in my life.
I have got through the baby making time and happy that I never have to give up soft cheese again.
Worked hard to achieve a good solid CBD job with fantastic conditions and a wonderful boss .
I know my sense of style and fashion. (yeah, it's not groundbreaking, but it's me)
I feel confident but not cocky.
I have good friends, but don't need to spend all my time with them.
My sisters are adults now (I am the eldest) and we swan about a lot.
I dont have to drink beer with cordial shots on Friday nights because I can afford good wine and even cocktails if I want to.
For all the tears I shed in my 20s there has been so much joy so far in my 30s.
Best of all, I like my own company. I am happy to date myself at least once a week. I take myself out alone or get 'the man' to take them out for a few hours.
Anyway, too many words.. lets get to the Markets.
It was held in the Old Museum. What a beautiful old building.
Brisbane's Old Museum
What a beautiful building. I would love a wedding here. Carrie, SATC style!
Inside the first hall. POM POMS!
The most beautiful stall at the market.
They have bookplates, gift tags, limited edition wall prints, cards, invitations. I LOVE it all.
Some more of Bespoke Letterpress
Another lovely stall. The London Club
I am in love with their totes and little tea cup pot plants for herbs.
Look at these! Golden Books recycled into diaries!
Kewpie Dolls. Not for sale :(
Out in the garden, live music, smooth coffee and cold drinks.
I am falling more in love with Brisbane each weekend!
See Bespoke Press's post about the market HERE. Warning, beautiful photos!