Monday, July 21, 2008

Summer Weekend

We had the best weekend! Saturday we spent time at the Farmer's Market, went out to breakfast and then headed to the store to do some shopping. I bought the most fabulous berries (marrionberries, boysenberries and raspberries) as well as fresh green beans. Love green beans!! The berries were just screaming to be made into a pie. Yes, I forgot to flute the edges of my pie crust before baking. Oops...oh well, it didn't hurt the taste in the least and just added a rustic feel :)

I am teaching a mini album class on Saturday at my church. This is me getting ready. Pretty exciting!

This is the project we will be making. It is a mini album using Close To My Heart's true fit folios, paper and ink. I used the Life Delights paper pack for this. Love the pinks and chocolates. Yummy! Each section, except the front, has a pocket with a card insert. Such a fun project. These instructions came from a fellow CTMH consultant, Kelly E.-T. You can do so many fun things with this. I'm really looking forward to teaching this!

My BFF came over to visit me Saturday. She has been knitting a shawl and finished it up Saturday. She also took pictures of my pie and me. In exactly that order :) Her pictures are way better than mine, which is why I cannot put a picture of the shawl on here as I took the shawl picture. Sorry friend!! But, this is us at Starbucks goofin' around...

My son and I went swimming at the local pool. Did I mention I hate 'suiting up'? Need to find the perfect suit. I'm on a mission...

Sunday we traveled to Portland to see a baseball game at PGE park. It was super hot and lots of fun!
Cody and I:

Unfortunately, the home team lost :(

All in all, it was a great weekend spent with the ones I love most.

Today was another work day. I do have to say weekends are not long enough - we should have madatory three-day weekends...a girl can dream, can't she?

Have a blessed evening!

1 comment:

Amy said...

Yum, pie.....Your pics are verra good dearie. I'll put my shawl on my site:

Love ya, Sweetie