I was able to catch up with many friends, including some from Schoolhouse Quilters Kenmore, a group I joined nearly 21 years ago when we first came to Brisbane.
|Photo courtesy of Sandrine Marsh|
I was speechless (a rare event!) at the end of the day when our Super Woman market organiser Helen said some lovely words and I was presented with the most beautiful gifts and flowers. What made it extra special was knowing that all the gifts (apart from the gorgeous flowers,
and Botrytis Semillon) ...
... were made by BrisStyle designers. The neighbours must have wondered what on earth was going on within the walls of Chez Fudge as each new gift was opened. I would love to show you all the much treasured goodies, many I have lusted after for a long time, but you would only be tempted to come and rob me, so I will save you from a life of crime.
However, I will gladly divulge what was inside that large box with the pink bow ...
... six of the most wicked cupcakes ever created, courtesy of our other brilliant market organiser Bel of Enticing Icing. Don't bother coming over begging us to share - there are only two left and by the end of tonight only crumbs will remain - maybe not even crumbs. These works of art are absolutely scrummy.
There's a special atmosphere at BrisStyle markets which is not found at others around town. The warm friendships shine through and it's a joy to participate in them. Oh, how I wish I could bundle up BrisStyle and bring it to Sydney with us. SydStyle just doesn't have the same ring, does it?