I fell in love with this sympathy card when my designer sent a photo of the card to me for approval, but when I actually saw the card in person, I realized that photos really can’t do justice to stamps, ink, and paper (and some fun accessories) in real life! The design, the rich colors, and the textures...it's beautiful!
Our annual Stampin’ Up! employee appreciation celebrations occurred around the world this week, and although we weren’t able to attend all of them, Sara called three of the regions, I attended Kanab’s lunch, and we both got to share in the Riverton lunch.
When Sterling and I saw the Cavalia Odysseo billboards we immediately went online to learn more. The show looked like it would appeal to more than just “horse people”, so we asked if our family wanted to join us. The huge big top was filled to capacity, and the show was amazing with beautiful horses, talented riders, acrobats, and musicians. Aside from the allergies that flared up for some, it was a fun night with family and an incredibly entertaining experience for all ages. If it comes to your area, it’s a must-see performance!
Since Paul’s passing last year, my sisters have been busy cleaning out the house, and Saturday was when my brother and I and all of our spouses (and a few of their children) were able to be together in Kanab to clean the overgrown yard to get the house and property ready for sale.