It's tonight, you know.
Gardenia lined tables.
Of course these may have to be moved if the sewing gets serious.
And it usually does.
Trying to clean faster than the kids make messes.
Henrietta, especially, is thrilled about tonight.
I'm even planning on sharing my cinnamon bears.
Key word: planning [they might be gone before tonight rolls around.]
oh oh OH i wish i could be there!!! i'm filled with envy.....in a good way and happy for ALL the people to get to be there!! have fun and look forward to pictures! i wish i lived closer.....not even sure i know exactly where you live but i know it's not TN!!ReplyDelete
Sharing your cinnamon bears? You are generous. I don't share mine. I love your little flower pots!ReplyDelete
sewing AND cinnamon bears (even just the prospect...)ReplyDelete
i'm moving to Florida.
I'll be on the first plane over.ReplyDelete
you sure you don't want to drive up to atlanta? hahaReplyDelete
y'all have fun!!
sorry. have to take a rain check.ReplyDelete
smell the gardenias for me.
that looks like so much fun!!!ReplyDelete
Do you have a pet chicken that lives inside?ReplyDelete
I'd like to host a Sewing Soiree at the Cicada Cottage someday (and SS at the CC, if you will).ReplyDelete
@DJ Rose--haha! No, but have you seen the PBS documentary on chickens and the woman who does? She makes little chicken panties for it! Mine is just a stuffed family heirloom (maybe not so much an heirloom since they tried to sell it at a garage sale).ReplyDelete
Cool! I'm hosting my first Sewing Group tomorrow night... but "Sewing Soiree" sounds oh so much more fabulous... I'm going to have to change ours to that now! Can't wait for pics!ReplyDelete
You're the best hostess; you make everyone feel so welcome and special and are so generous with your (precious!) time and treats! Thanks so much for helping me!!ReplyDelete
I forgot to mention that I LOVE gardenias. I imagine they grow easily in Florida? I used to buy them by the basket in China--much to the shock and delight of the little old women selling them!ReplyDelete