…and it goes! Last post I mentioned we celebrated my darling niece’s 1st birthday. It was a fabulous day at the farm and there were so many people to enjoy the day with. The hubby and I took oodles of photos (see below!) and we all ate cake (among other things).
Okay, I know, the last post or two have been very “birthday-centric,” but it was my thirtieth birthday.
Sorry, not sorry. To round out all of the excitement, I’ve got some fun things to talk about and share with you! Keep reading if you’re at all interested.
Every Christmas since my hubby has been working at his current job, a group of doctors put on a fancy Christmas dinner for the staff and their spouses.
My sister’s wedding was already a month and a half ago! How on earth does time fly by so quickly?
I suppose it’s true what they say “time flies when you’re having fun.”
Well folks, I did it. I survived the back-to-back-to-back
(to back to back!) weekends of wedding adventures!! From weddings for friends, to bridal showers and a bachelorette party for my sister, I’ve come out the other side. Somewhat exhausted and not –really– looking forward to a crazy full work week, but we’re back to sorts soon enough and only about six weeks to go until my big sister’s big day!
Tonight I took the night off from working out to do work of a different sort. I cooked dinner upon arrival at the home front (salmon, veggies, & salad) and sat with the hubby to eat and discuss our days. Just before throwing some YouTube videos on the TV to watch while I got stuff done, my sister called… Because she hadn’t talked to me in a while (we talked on my drive home). Either way it was an awesome conversation.
Post epic convo, I enjoyed “a coffee break” cupcake (see my last post if you’re curious about the treat!) then got to work on more bridal shower prep. I purchased some loose leaf tea (you can read about that in my previous post too!!) from a great little shop in Hamilton, Ontario. Four large bags was more than enough tea to fill up 33 half cup mason jars. I created some cute labels, affixed them to the sealing discs, and included three loose leaf tea bags per jar.
I think this means I’m pretty much done all of the goodies for the shower. I plan on printing out some games I’ve found on Pinterest to round out the event – maybe some word scrambles or he said/she said sorta thing. Scroll down to see some photos of the party favour creation process!
As you know, I’ve been trucking away on projects for my sister’s upcoming Bridal shower. We are having the party in early August and its going to be a ‘Garden Tea Party’ theme. In my last post I detailed how we can get super caught up in being BUSY – so I’m trying to take my time and really enjoy the process of crafting.