Sunday, June 21

Party Time!

I have been partying since I last posted. First, I met two new friends who are in the "Crazy About Pincushions" Yahoo group and we had great fun together. Pictures coming soon........
Then it was a birthday party for our son-in-law.........and then it was an afternoon of great quilty fun at the "Quilts in Bloom" show. Lots of pictures of that to post. I was busy with family things and never got to picking out which pics to post. I'll be back by Sunday evening with lots of photos and cool things to see. In the meantime, Sunday is the first day of Summer here in the U.S. so get out there and enjoy the day. Plus, it's also Father's Day so there are plenty of reasons to get away from the computer and go have some fun! Enjoy the day wherever you are!
Sandi

6 comments:

Sue Mobilia said...

Sounds like you're gearing up for a great summer. It's the Winter Solstice here Downunder. Brrrrr

Crispy said...

Well it sounds like you are having a lot of fun galavanting all over LOL. I look forward to the pics.

Crispy

Pat said...

Gee...and here I was worried that you'd be bored and lonely with DH gone away for work!!! LOL

Cathy said...

Sandi, so you were able to make it to Pandora's show. Wasn't it just beautiful!! I took pictures too. I was enchanted by her miniature garden and took lots of pictures of that too. Beautiful Quilts!

Owl Lady said...

Since I been following your blog postings, I've come to believe that you experience the good things in your life twice, once when they happen, and again when you tell and show them to us. That sounds like a great plan. I look forward especially to seeing the pix from the quilts-and-flowers show.

We celebrated Father's Day yesterday evening because one daughter has to work all day today. DH and I will celebrate again today because we will have our granddaughter (20 mos.) with us while her mother is working.

julieQ said...

I am so glad you had a wonderful time! It is great weather, warm and sunny, great here for outdoor time.

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