Breast cancer: something else that needs a cure. Mark has been making these fused glass trivets for a few years. His mother was a breast cancer survivor for many years, and when she finally passed away in 2008, it was not from breast cancer. But there is so much more research that still needs to be done.
Also available from amazon.com, for all you Orla Kiely fans, she has two board books.
And speaking of books.
When my friend, Deborah, and I were at Barnes and Noble not too long ago, there in the magazine rack was this magazine. How often is it that you see a really cute girl on the cover of a shooting magazine? and then what are the chances that you find out that she, Georgia Pellegrini, is the girlfriend of your friend's nephew??
http://georgiapellegrini.com." I ask you: Is it fair that you can hunt, cook, write...and still look that beautiful? I think not...
We received this wedding invitation in the mail. I don't normally give grades to wedding invitations. However...
Inspiration for a future quilt: A+++
During Quiet Time). It was wrapped in her fabulous handscreened fabric. I would love to show you what it is, but there are a couple of Christmas gifts inside. Let me be clear: inside the fabric are the gifts, wrapped in bubble wrap. It had to be unwrapped anyway. So I'm "gifting" the fabric to...me. Don't judge.
It was a good mail week! These tags from gutentags also arrived. I would order from Cassie based on the name alone, which I think is genius. And the fact that she lives in Minneapolis, so of course Mark said, "Buy, buy, buy!" Or at least he said something that sounded like that. I think...
I'll end all the randomness with this picture. Because these kids are so cute. 'Nuf said.