I've been up in Moose Jaw now for several days and it's been busy with everything family but we did find time to divide some fabric we'd ordered and I brought up with me in the van. We got an incredible deal on this fabric. Each piece of fabric is 6 yards long. My sister, a friend and I spent a couple of hours admiring and dividing the 34 different pieces of batik.
On Wednesday my youngest niece is flying in and then the wedding preparation will probably begin for earnest. There are lots of notes and lists and we're going to have to get everything together.
On a note to the TWs, the bottles are perfect and we're removing the last sticky stuff on the royal blue bottles that you were so generous to share for us to use for vases at the reception. We're also removing labels from the Cracker Barrel syrup bottles....goo b gone helps!
I know you're waiting for a picture of the new little bundle of joy. Anna's 2 weeks old now and just the sweetest little bundle. My sister is a proud first time Grandma and I am honorary Grandma! I have full rights to spoil any grandchildren my sister has!
By the way, the low last night was 44 degrees. I think the high was 47. It rained and was blustery all day. It reminded me of our winters....and their early falls. By Wednesday it's supposed to be 89 degrees but alot of people turned their heat on yesterday. I'm glad I brought socks and some long sleeved tops and jeans. You never know about weather up here. It bounces around some each year..
Until next week, keep weaving! I'll be enjoying family.