Thursday, June 28, 2007



We had fun with company tonight! Some spinning lessons were given and enjoyed from what I could tell. Our young man even said he would like a spinning wheel, but would probably be 50 before he could get one....smile. He must be about 8 years old now...I'm guessing. This morning started off with a new acquaintance coming over. We made some pretty music happen with her harp and my cello. Our instruments are very different in written music though and that was a hindrance. We need to find music written just for our instruments to play duets with. Next our son took me out to lunch at a fancy place with wonderful food. After a long ride to get home, it was off to town with my husband for supper and a little shopping. We bought a yellow shrub rose and he planted it as soon as we got home. Then we got some fun company and here I am at the crack of dawn...online visiting my blog buddies and putting up a quick post. Off to bed I go! See you tomorrow...

"A friend is a gift whose worth cannot be measured except by the heart." Photo courtesy of the Flickr collage group

7 comments:

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

That is such a cute picture of some little girls having a great time together. Makes you wonder who they are...
Thanks for stopping by and leaving me such kind words. I am just fine now and have thought this through with Betty and understand completely now. Just have never gone through with this before but do understand now. I love you for coming and leaving these words for me. Sandy

Amber said...

Sounds like you had a wonderful day. One day I would love to learn how to spin my own yarn...one day! What a cute picture.

Britt-Arnhild said...

What a cute photo.
Blessing to your friendships.

Mrs. Darling said...

I wonder why the first two little girls have patent leather shoes and the one on the end has saddle shoes? Do you think she is from a poorer family? I love to ponder these things.

Amy said...

I Do love that picture. Im like Mrs Darling I think to study an old photo and ponder it.

Ann said...

This is alovely photo. And what fun lunch out and dinner out too. No cooking for you on this day!

Saija said...

wonderful pic for sure ... :o)

and wonderful words to go along with them ...

ohhhh - i do love yellow roses ... and once upon a time i wanted to be the yellow rose of texas - only i'm finn born and canadian raised! *chuckling*

((hugs))