A Day with Friends

As luck would have it, one of my best friends moved back to Tucson! I am excited to have her back in town 🙂 They just moved into their new house and have been working like crazy to get it just perfect. We went to spend some time with them earlier this week.

Emma and Haley

Taylor and Will

Not only do I love her, but her children are the same ages as mine! Delightful. 🙂 I am hoping that her cleanliness will rub off onto me
a little! Also, I hope she will help me with decorating our new house….when it comes times!

I am finishing up a few orders tomorrow. And then this weekend I plan to sew some personal things. I’ll try to show you pictures. (Did I forget to tell you that I found my camera? I’m not sure yet if I am happy about that!)


1 Response to “A Day with Friends”

  1. 1 Mom March 28, 2008 at 12:41 am

    Glad you got to visit Amy and kids.
    Loved seeing the pictures, of course! Good luck with getting your orders finished and other sewing done.
    Love, Mom

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