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Page 2 in the conversation "A Seattle Clothing Swap Meet Tradition!" by Angie
You have admirable willpower!
So glad that Greg got some cake
The Swap was hectic and fabulous. Phew! Lots of people, clothes, food and banter! Antje did an absolutely superb job of organizing the event like she always does
Kari, your quiche was delicious!
Special thanks to Kari and Amy who stayed right till the end to help clean up. You gals rock *big time*.
Yummy cake. I can't wait to hear all about the swap meet.
Wow! Sounds like fun! How I wish I could have been there. How many people came? Can't wait to see the swap pics and hear the play by play! Will there be a post on it?
Nice that Greg got a slice of cake after all!
Thank God your near miss was averted and you got your cake Greg!
I hope we see photos and a blow-by-blow account of the day!
I can't wait to see more about the swap meet!
If folks would be up for an east coast mid-Atlantic swap meet, I would be happy to host in lovely Annapolis, MD!
Wow! That cake looks delicious! Mmmm.
I can't wait to read the blog post! I hope to participate in a swap meet one day... it sounds incredibly fun.
That's a great idea, Janet.
Marianna, I hope that you attend a YLF swap one day!
Natalie, I think that there were between 30 and 40 people there yesterday.
I'm SO disappointed I couldn't make it!!! I had a 3-day work conference to attend. Looking forward to hearing more about it and hoping like mad I'll be able to make the next one! And really wishing I could have had a piece of that cake - yum!
30-40 women and there was one slice of cake left for Greg? That's a swap meet miracle!
I hope this is going to be a blog post, because it sounds like an amazing day.
Janet, I am so there! Coming from D.C.
Next time, Christy.
Laura, hope to get a blog post out soon.
Wish I could have been there. I was too busy hosting a tamale-making party for 16 adults and 6 kids, more than half of whom I'd never met before. Also, we regularly host international students for anywhere from a month to a year at a time, and our newest student arrived from the Middle East a few hours before our party began. Everything turned out well, and it was great fun, but there were many points in the day when I wished I could just escape to the Swap Meet! Enjoying reading the posts about it today.
Sounds like you had a wonderful time - and the posts of what people came home with are fab so far!
Greg - I'm so glad you got your piece of cake! You must have been on pins and needles waiting to see if a crumb or two made it's way home to you!
A "sweet-heart" after my own "sweet-loving" heart! There's nothing like the combination of chocolate and cream cheese frosting, which is simply the best in my book. Chocolate cake with white icing is my FAVORITE combination of all cakes and your photo looks scrumptious, Ms. Fab Baker!
Angie, I am making a request to have that cake a few portions larger for next year... A seattle road trip might be in the works... Winking at Vicky
Sounds perfect, Vicky and Zap
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