Pursuits as of lateNovember 06, 2012
Last sunday I went to the fleamarket with Ben and couple of friends of us. The day began quite a bit stressful, I admit. Ben and I had to get up in the morning early, as the time we would meet Jip and Rolf would be 12 o'clock. Rolf would pick Ben and me up from my house and then we would pick up Jip who has to come from Ahaus, Germany. Rolf texted us with an apology that he would arrive 50 minutes later. He fell of the stairs. In all hurry, Ben and I grabbed a bike and drove off to the station for Jip, as I remembered none of us had her telephone number, thus none of us could let her know that we would be 50 minutes later. But when we arrived we couldn't find Jip either. Ben and I waited in front of the building where the fleamarket was held. We waited, and we waited. Exact 50 minutes later Rolf arrived in his blue 1974 beetle. What a darling car!
Jip was still nowhere to find. On internet we contacted her best friend and she gave us Jip her number. When we called Jip, she didn't answered her phone and I was starting to worry quite alot. With the three of us we drove to central station in the blue beetle and there we heard that there was a delay with the trains due to a suicide. It was the train Jip was in. She still didn't picked up her phone, so we decided to go to the fleamarket with all hopes she would pick up her phone later. While I was at the check desk our names were called up by the information desk and it seemed that Jip was already inside. We were standing with the backs at eachother. Luckily everything came to a good end and we had such a lovely day at the fleamarket. We got so many compliments from people. We were quite a show I noticed with all four of us being dressed up as if we stepped out of a movie. The fleamarket was immense and had so many lovely stalls with old stuff.
I was on the look out for interior stuff aswell, as Ben and I are looking for a 1930s home to live in.
But .. as usual this is what I came home with - women's stuff: