So I went home I didn't cry... maybe I could bring the Squid in with me and we could make it a Girl Bonding thing...(the boys were having boy bonding at Karate and dinner at Macca's) the problem being I had dinner with playgroup mum's at 6.30. And we had to get the Squid enthused to go which straight after school is like Russian Roulette ... you never know what version of Squid you are going to get.. (happy or down right cranky capital B version).
Fast talking by Mum and a quick look at the website and she was excited so off we went and we had a lovely time. Lots of Jewellery some of which came home with me some had to stay but I collected lots of cards for websites... My sister's birthday pressie was taken care of and we had the yummiest cakes from From Scratch Patisserie.
Here you can do a little window shopping. I got a wonderful Glass bead from Clare Wilson, she is an amazing glass blower. A etched ring from Smug and a necklace and earrings from Moe Moe. If I hadn't had run out of money I would have got The Good Scissors from Victoria Mason and Squid would have got. And I meant to go back to Bilingual (they had some great specials) but by that time the money had all gone and Squid had had enough and it was quite close and hot in the venue. Squid didn't miss out she got some cute badges and pink tights with cupcakes printed on them.... could have got some patterns ones myself and then decided that I am 42 years old and the world is probably not ready to see me in lime green patterned leggings (and the 1 size fits most also put me off).
I have more websites to cruise and lots of online shops to check out and we had a lovely time walking around and looking. If you are in Adelaide go this weekend and check it out. It is just off Currie Street the lane is just opposite Adelaide Tafe. And if you can't make it there is another one in October.