And then of course we had to take them to the airport late at night. It's sad to see them go, knowing that life has to go back to normal now. It's always so much fun to have visitors, isn't it? Even with the little inconveniences and the running around being a tourist in my own city. It's so quiet without them now!
Anyway, I've been meaning to give a report on how the craft fair went. One word: miserable!
The last time I did this craft fair I didn't exactly clear my table, but I sold about half of my things. This time? Three items. Honest to God. I sat there all day, from 12 noon to 9 pm, and I only sold three things. I don't know what it is about this craft fair, but there seemed to be more interest in the hand-made jewelry than in needlework.
|My mother-in-law's knitted socks|
I don't think I'm going to be doing this again, to be honest. There's an annual Christmas bazaar back home in Kuwait, and I've already made a deal with my mother that I'll send her my pieces for her to sell for me. There's a huge expat community from the West there (as opposed to here, where the majority are expats from the East), so I might do better there.
|All my recent additions|