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Love was in the air

On Saturday night, we had the privilege of attending the wedding of our friends Luke and Kira.  It was a great time filled with so much love and laughter.  I just love how much fun people had at the reception.  Here in the south, they know how to do a wedding reception up right.  I think it’s all about the appetizers and just floating around from table to table to visit with all the guests.  Everyone seemed so very joyful there.  We were all happy for the couple too.  We were able to watch their love grow basically from the beginning.

I was filled with pure glee on Sunday afternoon when I made the boys matching elephant shirts.  The house was really quiet so I found some time to spend at the sewing machine.  I took a cue from an Etsy seller that I found and embellished some white T-shirts.  I thought they turned out pretty good for an amateur sewer.   Having two boys is going to be so very much fun!

This evening I am playing a house show at a dear friend’s house in Ohio.  I’m really excited about it.  Since our car is so small, we opted to not bring up my guitar.  I get to borrow a friend’s Taylor though and I’m really enjoying playing it.  I’m also borrowing a digital recorder so I’m going to try to get a recording that I can post on here.  Andy is going to play some percussion with me also.  I think it will sound really nice.

6 Responses to “Love was in the air”

  1. Tirsah

    They are so stinkin Big!!!!! wow
    Deacon is so grown up with that little haircut. I miss him. and Owen is a little man. So cute

    Reply
  2. kristen

    Those shirts are really fun. Making matching clothes is great fun. Owen is such a little man now!

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  3. Amelia

    Those shirts are adorable!!!!!!!! Love them!! Hope your time in Ohio is going well. Hopefully we will see each other again soon!!

    Reply
  4. I can make it! « This Place

    […] curves and patterns.  It just seemed like too much attention to detail to me.  I’ve made appliques for t-shirts once for the boys and a couple of backpacks, but no clothing.  While this was rather […]

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