During the spring and summers in Montreal, there are several Marche's selling everything from vegetables, to sausages, to flowers. It's quite a contrast from the winter, as this Market above is non-existent and most of the other markets are closed or go inside. It's very much like shopping in Europe where there are speciality shops; one for bread, flowers, vegetables, pastries. It's one of the many reasons why I love the summer here in Montreal!
The photo above reminded me of a quilt! LeeAnne, my friend who moved here from Australia, picked me up today and we headed to Marche Centrale, otherwise known as the Central Market. We picked out some flowers and had lunch at the Bistro inside. The flower market extends much farther than the photo describes. What do you think of my Flower Market Quilt?
I haven't been blogging because Craig has been out of town and I just had other things to do - like watching SYTYCD, and cutting out 5" squares for four quilts for our ward's humanitarian project. Fortunately, he returns in a couple of hours - so tantrums, drama, and "I miss daddy", will soon be over! Whew!