|My darling daughter|
My bff, Kathy, & I also took a 3 day trip, in September, to one of our very favorite crafty places, Lancaster, PA! Usually we go camping there every year with a bunch of other friends, taking two RVs (our version of camping), but this year it seemed no one could coordinate their schedule, so just Kathy & I went. We decided to go the luxurious route this time, if you can call staying at a LaQuinta luxurious, haha!
|And we're off!|
|Our friend, Tiffany, met us at Kitchen Kettle Village, to spend the day.|
If you've never been, and are in the Lancaster, PA, area, you should take
the time to visit.
|Happy girls shopping!|
|So many pretty things|
|Kathy taking a rest from all our hard shopping|
|Dinner Time at the Fireside Tavern. First time eating here, and it|
was great! It's right near the Rockvale Outlets, for inquiring minds.
|Our shopping continued on our second day|
|More pretty things at the Flower & Home Marketplace in East Earl, PA. |
You've got to see this place to believe it!
|We've been going to "In Gradma's Attic" for years. Love it! The|
owner is so sweet, and she has some great merchandise. There is also
lovely gardens, and a barn out back with even more goodies.
We had our first annual Harvest/Pumpkin Carving Party here at the farm! The weather was great, cool enough for an outdoor fire, but warm enough to enjoy the day & evening. The little guys loved every minute of it, including getting dressed up, and decorating their own pumpkins!
|Four out of our five grandsons were at the party. Our|
oldest grandson, Jaxon, was at his dad's for the weekend.
|Gavin having more fun painting his fingers!|
Needless to say, my misgivings were overruled. My husband went to our local Tractor Supply three weeks ago, and they were hosting puppies from a rescue. Hubby took a pic of this adorable puppy, and asked what I thought. I said we'd think about it. He ended up having to go back the next day for more supplies, and this particular puppy was the only one left of the group. Apparently, she was from a litter that was being fostered in South Carolina, and the rescue lady was going to have to bring her back there this week. Well, we couldn't let that happen, could we? I present to you, Sadie. Her foster name was Cassie, but we felt she looked like a Sadie. Her mom was rescued too, and is suppose to be half Husky, half lab. Sadie looks like she may have some shepherd, and possibly golden in her also.
|This was the pic hubby texted me from Tractor Supply. Look|
at that face! How could I say no?
|Aren't I adorable?|
|All tuckered out from the excitement|