As I get prepare to head out to San Diego to party with one of my dearest friends for her bachelorette festivities, I start to get a little nostalgic...
Ever since I started playing volleyball in the 6th grade my dearest friends have always been my teammates... When I left for college my teammates were my family, my sisters, my friends, my partymates, my wing-women, my classmates, you name it.
As time pushes me farther and farther away from those amazing years I grow to appreciate my experiences of being part of a 'team' more and more. There was something really precious and amazing that we got to experience.
The ups and downs of being student athletes, double days, injuries, trying to study when you live in 'Newport Beach', the parties, the dancing, the cat fights, the list is endless.
All of those experiences I have come to miss dearly as we all get older and settle into our adult lives... So this weekend is extra special to all of us.
Cheers Doris!!! I Look forward to partying like its 1996?!
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That's all for now folks... Back to my Spring Cleaning :)
As many of you know I've been experimenting with block and screen printing over the past month... Well, that also means a month worth of fabric with misprints. I hate creating waste and until I figured out how to put the scraps back into use I didn't want continue to buy fabric...
So, I came up with these simple decorations that I am going to use as customer 'thank you' gifts.
Scraps of fabric stuffed with a little fiberfill and ready to hang on a door knob or anywhere around the house :) They are light so they make great additions to my outgoing packages...