A Thanksgiving message

Happy erly thanks giving

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all!!!

I had to share this. It’s an email from my grand-daughter Michaela, sent this morning. She’s in second grade and writes so precious! Couldn’t have said it better myself. (:

Today was so much fun! I escaped from the studio, and went to get a hair cut. This in itself is something my husband will never understand…I drive an hour one way and then an hour back just so I can go to the same person who has always cut my hair. So a normal hair cut takes 3 hours. “Can’t you find someone closer?” he asks? Yes, but I LIKE my stylist and she worth a 2 hour drive.

It turned out to be the most expensive hair cut ever, because I made some stops along the way. I’ve been so busy with Bunny Hill stuff and it just seemed like it was time for a treat. I bought lots of goodies and I’ll show you pictures as I find places for them in my home.

I have a passion for old needlepoint (probably because I used to do it and never finished any). I came upon this little purse at “Souvenir”, a cute little shop in Lafayette, California. My friend Chickie works there so it was a good reason to stop by! This is the second needlepoint purse I own so I think I now have a “collection”. I bought a few other things too but those will have to wait until I can cut the price tags off and get them out of the car.

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  • PamKittyMorning - I like Souvenir as well. I know Chickie’s daughter works there as well right? Frankie loves that shop so when she’s home we try and head up there. They have a nice mix of goodies. You’re cracking me up about the price tags

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving Anne.ReplyCancel

  • KSedlak - Anne, you sound just like my girlfriend. She leaves her goodies in the trunk of the car until her husband leaves for a few hours and she can pull them out and take them upstairs to the spare bedroom. After having such a busy month going to market, etc. you deserve to go to your favorite hairdresser even if it does take 3 hours.
    I love the needlepoint purse you purchased. Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - What a lovely little purse. I think you are right about you now have a collection going. As far as new purchases go, I am very lucky that we have two stairways in our home. Very easy to slip up the backstairs from the garage right into my workroom. I can also easily drop the new fabric in the washing machine on my way through the laundry room. LouiseReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - Haven’t been to Souvenir in ages! Thanks for the reminder–it’s clear they still have great stuff.ReplyCancel