There were so few entries that we decided to go with the old fashioned method to choose a winner to the giveaway. Thank you to those who entered - I really enjoyed reading the memories you shared with me! I'm trying to decide if I was asking too much of people to have them share their favorite birthday memory or if people are just busy soaking up the last of summer. Either way, it made it easy to just have Peter hand pick the winner.
As promised, I am back with a giveaway! You may think I haven't been doing much sewing lately if you just read my blog. If you check up on my shop at all, you'll see that I've been doing lots of sewing...lots and lots of pennant banners. I try not to bore you all with banner after banner here, but I didn't think you would mind a post about them if I were giving one away
Randi is having a great giveaway here. All of the bolt ends from her shop, or whatever she can fit into a priority mail flat rate envelope. There are some great fabrics there. I'm thinking quilt. Just go on over and tell her what your favorite childhood TV show was. Mine? The Cosby Show. Favorite Episode? The one where Denise makes Theo a designer shirt and it doesn't turn out so designer or even so much like a shirt. I guess I've always been fond of sewing.
Last weekend I found what might possibly be my favorite vintage sheet ever - I am loving that one in the middle with the big bouquets of daisies and poppies. I think the color scheme is what gets me the most - love that red, yellow, and blue combo. It's got me dreaming of an all white kitchen with bright red, sunshine yellow, and pale blue accents.
The boys loved it. When we told them we were going to see a waterfall, Ned asked if we were going to the pool, so I was a bit worried that he might be disappointed that there would be no swimming. As we drove down the windy road to get to the big falls, there were several small waterfalls and both the boys shouted with glee that we had made it to the waterfalls...no disappointment whatsoever.
We have decided a return trip in the spring should be on the agenda, so we can see the falls in its full glory.