So, I'm loving these letters from Gypsyville-
And I've been falling behind in pug postings, so here's a little Hank love. And I don't mean Hank Green.
This year we got Shawn a GPS for Christmas and he LOVES it. I've only made one trip of any distance with it, and to be honest, when we've been on a really long straight stretch, that bossy woman scares the heck out of me when she commands me to turn in 1500 feet! I forget about her and then there she is! So, I loved the Country Doctor's Wife's GPS story.
Over 30 years ago my friend Lois Sumner showed me a box in which she had kept every wedding invitation she had received since she was newly married. It was so interesting to see how styles had changed in invitations over the years, so I started a collection of my own. I set it out every year in June. I look to see who is still married. Shoot, at my age, I'm starting to look to see who is still alive! At a glance I can see where invitations went from ivory to bright colors and then the color tapering off and lots more ivory and white. While I get a kick out of the Precious Moments invitations and the Khalil Gibran quotes, it's really the more creative ones that I treasure! Oh, that I were on this couple's list!!!!
I'm way out of the era of lots of baby shower invitations but supposing I knew someone who was having one, I'd suggest these decorations. As opposed to these.............
This brought back good memories. I used to make a list with the kids of things we wanted to do over spring or summer break and then we would pull out ideas. Hey, next week is spring break! Maybe we'll do it again!