Posts tagged ‘flea market’

December 14, 2016

Sankt Gallen – part 1

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November 9, 2012


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Hands up if you’ve ever used the expression “I worked only eight hours today”. Gosh, do I love being on drug shift.

And because I WORKED ONLY EIGHT HOURS TODAY, I had some time to live before falling asleep, so I visited a flea market for books and plates and came back with these:

October 5, 2012


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Necklace I found at the flea market yesterday (it’s flea market season right now and I enjoy it with my whole heart).

September 22, 2012


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I spent my lunch break at the flea market of the Franciscan Community (I tend to spend my lunch breaks at flea markets lately). Unfortunately it was held so far away from my workplace that I only had ten minutes to spend there, and soon I had to leave to pick up my shift. Ten minutes were only enough to race through the book section, buy 7 books and feel miserable that I didn’t have the time for examining all the shelves.

September 21, 2012


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Only 100 days to go yet, I’m a hero!

I spent my lunch break at the flea market of a nearby parish. It wasn’t open to the public yet, but they let me in, because I look nice :o) Guess what I bought. Books. Of course. I shot this picture in the church garden, it was an amazing sight, a bush full of purple flowers and at least two butterflies munching on each of it. We just stood there with the priest and photographed hysterically. I wish I could afford a real camera. Life can really be so beautiful sometimes.

June 17, 2012


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I visited the flea market today and bought some nice clothes. I’m definitely not the average woman that gets this glossy shine in her eyes from the mention of bags and shoes and nail polish, but as I’ve mentioned already, I’m severely lacking clothes since I left Holland, and looking weird gets somewhat boring after almost nine months, even for me. And I do love flea markets, anyway.

May 19, 2012


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Back in Salzburg again. In the afternoon I started out to buy some cleaning stuff but I run into a small church flea market and that’s what I came home with instead. They’re for Móricka (in case you were wondering how old I actually am) and I only recommend you to buy them if you are a very devoted (and masochistic) parent (or a lighthearted aunt who lives abroad and knows just too well that throwing back one-hundred plastic balls to her nephew exactly seventy-five times a day won’t belong to her daily routine).

August 8, 2011

vlooienmarkt Delft

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August 8, 2011

the angel and the author and others

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May 1, 2011


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