2 June 2008

please come

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there might even be hand dyed yarn ...

17 comments:

Frogdancer said...

I'd drive over but Jack is singing in a vocal night at school on that night. Good luck with it!

Anna said...

Sorry, can't make it there's a school concert here in Malmö tonight where two of my girls appear so I need (and want) to be there...
But the poster is the best school arrangement poster I've ever seen!

CurlyPops said...

Where is Briar Hill primary school?

Eleanor said...

Oooo....very tempting indeed.....

Penni said...

Oh yay, think I might be able to swing by. Oh dear, what do you look like again? better go and poke around on your facebook page. I am dead sure I'll recognise your feet.

Duh, but is that where your boys go? Someone was recommending it to me the other day.

Pxx

M said...

I love the idea of a twilight market on a weekday. Sounds fabulous. I would definitely be there if I lived in Melbourne.

Elizabeth said...

I'd love to come but it is 16,255 km away.
I do love the name of the school. Briar Hill sounds like a posh boarding school.
Take discreet photos if you can.

tut-tut said...

If I were on your side of the world, I'd make every effort . . .

AbbyLu said...

I want to come.
...there's no place like Australia...there's no place like Australia...
I have to say, it doesn't have the same ring.

Suse said...

Doesn't have the same ring as what?

katiecrackernuts said...

Oh, I so wish I could come. A twilight market sounds so magical, and on World Environment Day too.

Di said...

I think abbylu was referring to the Wizard of Oz "..there's no place like home.. there's no place like home..."
I'm love to come were it closer and did I not have my mother arriving that evening...

Zephyr said...

Where's a tesseract when you need one?
i come if i could finger out how to get me one.

Zephyr said...

Oh dear, i just learned that there is such a thing, for real. i was referring to a wrinkle in time method of traveling, as in Madeline L'engle's terrific book...and i thought she made it up.
And yes, i almost failed math.

melissaegan said...

Ooh what a lucky day to stumble on your blog. I might pop into the twilight market - I'm keen to look at Briar Hill PS, I have heard good things. Might head out for an afternoon walk.

Oh - and what is parkin??

Blossom said...

soooo how did it go??????

Suse said...

It went really well! I only sold one skein of wool, but lots of other stuff and it was the usual lovely community event.

Melissaegan, did you come? I hope you liked our little school. And parkin? Well, see the post above for a description of Parkin (traditional Yorkshire ginger cake).