Photo Credit: Country Living Magazine
After our visit to The Paula Deen Store, my daughter, Petrel, and I had time to wander the streets of Savannah. Having been addicted to anything French (the language, the food, the literature, the people, the country….) for many of my younger years, I thought I had died and gone to heaven when we came upon The French Market at 36 West Broughton St. Thank you to Country Living for this photo (right).
We dashed in so quickly and started looking around that I pretty much forgot to take pictures. There were two floors of treasures – such treats, such wonders…ma foi! We could hardly process so much fun and goodness. They even had old Belgian school books and notebooks. How did they know that I had been an exchange student in Belgium and that my only problem was that I couldn’t fit the whole collection in my one little suitcase?!
Kelsey, the gal at the counter, couldn’t have been sweeter so I just had to take her picture.
Very sweet sales assistant!
We also LOVED the framed quote that was sitting right on the counter. Once we read that, our visit was absolutely complete. Well, actually, the only thing that would be MORE complete would be for the owners of this lovely establishment to call me up and tell me that they just HAVE to carry our Fleur de Lys Measuring Spoons and Cups. They could pretend they were made in France, couldn’t they?!
After this much fun we just had to take a break from shopping and find some sustenance. So we asked our lovely sales girl – how could I have forgotten her name?! – where to go. Her advice was perfect and off we went…but that’s a story for my next posting….
LOVED the framed quote sitting right on the counter
Fleur de Lys Measuring Spoons
Fleur de Lys Measuring Cups