Friday, January 17, 2014

Flowers and Stamps

 Our daughter in law DID buy some flowers at the grocery store.  She's so sweet to send me a photo.  Confetti flowers!  Do you like them?
 My friend Kari doesn't blog much anymore, but we email every now and then.  She is a storyteller/picture maker and she shared some photos of her recent stamp making with me.  Don't you love her colors?
The parent/teacher conferences last night were a little sad.  There were tears.  I am reminded that eleven and twelve year olds have a very tender side.  
I'm off to an all-day seminar.  Bill is home from the Philippines.  YAY!
I am very thankful for Martin Luther King Day, too. 
Thank you for clicking by!  xo

19 comments:

Nancy McCarroll said...

Love those sheepish.

Aw, tears from the kid does. Your job is so important, as are YOU!

Mary said...

Those flowers are beautiful!

The dB family said...

Pretty! Flowers in the winter become even more appealing. Oh no! Tears? That's tough! Glad Bill is home safe and sound again!

Blessings!
Deborah

ann said...

Hopefully you had a good turnout of parents whom you really needed to see. Love the little sheep and the confetti. Rest on MLK.

TexWisGirl said...

the sheep are adorable.

Maggie said...

Love your friend's stamp pictures. Sounds like an emotional evening xx

Miss Val's Creations said...

The confetti flowers are so fun! It gives me an idea of picking up white flowers and creating my own custom dyes to pretty them up. The stamps are so sweet.

Farm Girl said...

Oh so nice you get a holiday. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Left-Handed Housewife said...

Have you seen the new flower stamps? They're called Vintage Seed Packets and are quite lovely.

I'm sorry about the tears. That's hard.

Happy weekend!

xofrances

M.K. said...

What bright and cheerful flowers! Yay for cheer in January. Glad your hubby is back home safely. Cheer up, teacher friend! You're doing good work.

Gumbo Lily said...

((HUGS))

Nana Go-Go said...

Loving those bonny curtains and cheery bunting in your new header. They're trying to introduce a 'Margaret Thatcher Day' over here - it'll never happen!
Happy weekend to you.x

Lisa Richards said...

Love those flowers! Enjoy Bill being home and your long weekend! :)

Attic Clutter said...

oh I love the sheep stamp..does she sell them?
YES the flowers are so fun !!
The moon is comforting POM
I always say look at that smile..when I look at it..(:)
If anyone is around to hear me ..LOL
hugs..Patty

Tassell, Tea pot, and life down under said...

My husband teaches year 11 & 12, and he surely has a lot of stories to tell. Especially during High School Certificate term. Teachers are amazing! I'm proud of my hubby and my daughter has chosen the same career path, although different age group. She loves little kids.

Enjoy your long weekend PomPom.

Hugs,

Aida

GretchenJoanna said...

I did also follow your advice, Pom Pom, and bought some bulb sprouts in a pot at Trader Joe's. The tulips are in bloom now and SO cheering! Thank you for the wonderful idea.

Janette's Sage/Simply Your Decor said...

enjoy your three day weekend and the sheep are so cute

marciento said...

Warm Greetings from the cold Warsaw. Have a look at the new photo album.
http://marciento.wordpress.com/2014/01/07/virtual-exhibition-of-photography/

Laura said...

Hi-
I found your blog this morning through Janette.
What a treat-
another English teacher!
I am a retired high school English teacher in South Texas.
I know exactly what you mean about the open house visits.

Enjoyed visiting, and I am a new follower.

Laura
White Spray Paint blog

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