This book is about a family and their experiences in the LDS community.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Labels: What I'm Reading
Monday, November 10, 2014
A shot of the Sewing Lounge
The pop-up shop from Suppose
A selvage block for the charity quilt featuring Cotton + Steel
Nighttime coffee from my hotel room. Gotta burn the midnight oil somehow!
Projects from the Michael Miller challenge, which I didn't get to participate in because I signed up too late.
Treasures that I just had to bring home.
New friends! Yay
Enjoying a Margarita and some yummy Mexican food!
Second project of the weekend, with coffee of course.
Saturday, November 1, 2014
Yay- After 2.5 days on the road this was a welcoming site.
This was a random photo that I took from the car.
The front of our new digs.
The view from our house!
The view of the town from behind our house.
This was taken from the same location as the photo above.
My temporary work setup until our stuff arrived.
We had laundry before anything else! Thanks Lowes!
The view at sunset from where Mr. B will be working.
Shameless selfie taken on a walk one afternoon.
We went into Salt Lake City and had to stop at the Temple
The sin setting over The Great Salt Lake
Can you hear the Hallelujah angels singing, because I could.
A future craft room.. i see it in there somewhere.
It's current status. I plan to spend time today finishing this area.
Fun magnets! Mr. B. and I got these magnets when we visited the American Gothic house on our vacation through the Mid-West last month.
Well, That's all I have for now. Aside from the fact that i've been impatiently waiting for my next Nespresso order to arrive. Since we have arrived, i've been drinking instant coffee.. it's just not the same. Also, i'm super excited because I was lucky enough to snag a ticket to Sewtopia, which i'll tell you all about in my next post!
Oh and shout out to my mom who is shopping for a new sewing machine today.. so wish that I could be there.
Things that i'm thankful for: Safe travels and a new home. :-)
Melanoma Fact of the Day: As of 2006, the 5 year survival rate of Melanoma was 92.8%. Check you skin often, when caught early Melanoma survival rates are really promising.
Monday, October 27, 2014
We got Poppy and iPad so he can Face Time... look at him go!
My sister is teaching him a few iPad tips.
Mom hosted a going away party, Copper partied the night away.
This was actually from several weeks ago, I just thought it would be great to include. Congratulations to Taylor & Jonathan!
Selfie at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in Philadelphia.
My cousin, Aileen, came in for the walk too!
Mom, Rachel and Me!
Breakfast with Pop afterwards.
A visit with Michael wraps up the goodbye visits.
Labels: Hello Utah!
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
I mean, it's only a 5 hour flight, or 32 hour drive-- It's not that far right?