Yes! Absolutely preserve the memories 😉 The 6th was not a typo, but that wasn't the only opportunity to provide input. The email and phone number are still an option - I'd love to hear more thoughts on this.
It was so good to get to spend time with you all! Venue was awesome! I really enjoy this area of downtown - available parking, quaint atmosphere and of course...a funky/nottooedgy crowd. #soCOhipsta I think I maxed my mommy cool points for the month, lol! Highly recommend checking it out!
Thanks, Amber 😉 I think it's the transition thats difficult. Change is not so stressful as the anticipation and fear of the unknown. If I can keep perscpective (and a handy phonebooth) I think I'm good to go!
You're cracking me up, Lisa. Yes, venting election frustrations via Twitter...but I'm not kidding about a future career. Ok, maybe a little. Hehehe. Till I decide definitively - I will distract myself with ecologically sensical projects, ha!
Hi Emily! Our local Dollar Tree has a variety of glassware...Good Will and other thrift stores should as well. I'm considering painting some old Mason jars for tea/lemonade next summer too - a recycling project!!!
What a touching story of triumph in motherhood. Children are such an amazing gift, and ya just can’t plan for them, can ya? True miracles…and your young lady is absolutely beautiful – like her mama!
I'm still learning that lesson, daily!
By cutting the roll into 1 inch slices! A little glue and spraypaint and wah lah.
Hmmm, I could use a couple of extra inches...and I enjoy yoga!
I have to admit, I might have to skip the washing machine museum (I get my fill of laundry these days, lol!) I will, however, make a visit to Hot Sulpher Springs in Granby...didn't know it was there! Thanks for the fun ideas - we're always up for a new adventure 🙂