I was super-fortunate to have both daughters home for my birthday. But did I get a photo of us all together? No. I feel quite sad about that, as it’s a rare event for us all to be in the same spot at the same time. But suffice it to say we had a wonderful long weekend that among other things, included lots of good food (like this lovely birthday cake from Deluxe, our neighborhood bakery.)
On July 4th we took our annual trek to the Hanson’s Grove Antique Sale in Solon. I just couldn’t resist this feed sack quilt. My birthday money must have been burning a hole in my pocket, because it cost just $10 more than the sum total I’d received.
I hemmed and hawed about whether to get it and wasn’t sure I should, but about an hour after I handed over the money and was still fretting a little, a woman told me she’d been standing behind me, ready to pounce on the quilt if I’d decided against it. That made me feel a bit better.
Here are some more photos of the day. We got there early and compared to last year, it was much cooler. A lovely way to start Independence Day.