I love days like today, it is sunny and bright and the house smells of a roast chicken dinner and I am just about done with ALL my laundry. I feel like this is always an uphill battle. With four people in the house we end up having to wash at least 63 outfits a week, sheets for 3 beds and towels galore. I get tired just thinking about it.
Anyway, here is a photo of one of my upcoming classes that I will be teaching in Tennessee.
Not much going on here today. I just wanted to post a few photos of yesterdays St. Patrick's Day parade. There were about 850,000 people at the parade yesterday. The South Boston parade is the second largest in the country and I am lucky enough to have gone since I can remember. Being that my husband's family is Irish and from South Boston we always have a blast.
One of the traditions besides Corned Beef & Cabbage we have is that the kids have a silly string fight. The front yard and the kids were covered from head to toe with silly string.
This was the kids favorite part when the soldiers fired their guns.
Nicholas held his nose the entire parade route because he didn't like the smell of the horses. One of the horses pooped right in front of him at the beginning of the parade. It was so funny.
Today our local bookstore had a big surprise for all the kids. They invited Diego to come down and read a couple of stories and then he signed a poster for each of the children. Nicholas was super excited about seeing Diego but once we got there his shyness got the best of him.
So below is a photo of Diego signing a poster for Nicholas, the closest he would get to Diego was about 3 feet.
Have a great weekend. I'm off to make homemade fresh Kielbasa this weekend as well as enjoy the St. Patrick's Day parade in South Boston.
Well, it's that time of year again and I must say that I love a good cleaning. When I really get into it I love to blast the music, open all the windows and clean until my hearts content.
Today I started organizing all my kits that are ready to sell. I'm not sure if I am going to load them onto the blog, but if your looking for a certain kit of mine please email me. I need to find a better way to display them because I just have way too many kits.
Here is a card I designed for Daisy D's using the Wonder Years Collection.
Wow, I guess it has been a while since I last posted, I must try to be a better blogger this year.
Anyway, I have been busy traveling, teaching and designing lately which has been awesome but I am ready for a little break. Next time I will be teaching will be in Tennessee in April. I can not wait to go it is absolutely beautiful there and we are right in the middle of the Smokey Mountains. The best part of all is there is a Hobby Lobby not too far from the hotel. Woohoo!
Here are a few layouts that I designed for Daisy D's using the Wonder Years Collection.