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Friday, November 13, 2009

Catching Up

This is the new Quikcutz Letter Press Machine.  This is the card we will be making for our Open House at Princeton Paper Source.  I love the thought of being able to letterpress our papers.  It is such a great partner for our papers.  Ashley Farina will be our demonstrator for this new tool this weekend.  She designed this card and we will be using this as our make and takes.
This was our Open House last weekend...we are so lucky to have this room to do our workshops.
Yes, Ian was in another Jazz Ensemble....and we were able to attend, even after he told us the day before the concert.   Oh.....the talent....they sounded great.
I couldn't resist this picture of UArts at night......I  still can't believe this is where my children call home right now.

One day Glen and I took a ride.  We wanted to check out Delaware.  As a Jersey Girl I have lots of fantasies.  One of them is not paying so much in taxes.  But, as we entered Delaware and went over many bridges(which for some reason I hate lately), faced a nuclear plant and then had to pump our own gas......Glen started to head to Maryland.  We ended up in Chesapeake City.  I found my ultimate fantasy.  Just a quaint old main street on the water with the cutest little store.....and it is for rent.  This is what I have always yearned for and when Glen saw it he let out a little oh no.....but, said he would pull over so I could check it out......isn't it the cutest?  Wouldn't it be the best way to spend the day.......heavy sighhhh!!!!!  I will keep dreaming.

We ended up at our favorite overnight destination the Water Club in Atlantic City.  I love how they packaged the food in our room to look like the building.
I guess I don't get out much, but I couldn't believe is ice built into the bar to keep your beer was the best cold beer I have had ever.  This is where we watched the Yankees win the World was a fun night.


Celestial Charms said...

Oh, that little mini shop is adorable. I would love to sell homemade muffins from there. It would look so pretty all decorated for Christmas. I could just see decorated gingerbread cookies hanging in the window...with lots of white lights to illuminate. Precious!

Anonymous said...

You take such great photographs. I LOVE the way your hotel goodies are merchandised! That little shop is wonderful! The name of the cool honey place is Bee Happy Honey House in Flemington. I cannot find a picture online but you should check it out. Kris

zandra said...

Great pics! Glad you are back to posting! ;o) Hugz, Z

Linda said...

The mini shop reminds me of a Santa House - I have such sweet memories of those little houses where we used to visit Santa as children, usually situated somewhere in a town square or on the edge of a shopping plaza.

It's been fun reading about your travels.

Wanda said...

I missed you this year..I wish you could've made it...but I finally got to meet Marlene and she is a hoot. :)