Plans for July

It's hard to believe that June flew by so fast!  I spent a few weeks in Wyoming with my daughter and my granddaughters.  The time went by too fast and the only thing that makes it bearable is that THEY are coming HERE in August!

When I first got to Wyoming little Olivia was still a little thing.  So tiny, she felt like a wee doll in my hands.

Now I'm back home, unpacked and ready to see what's in store next.  I'm going to be taking a long-term class lead by Jude Hill over at Spirit Cloth.  It'll run until the end of this year and I'm looking forward to learning more about myself through the medium of making a "Big Cloth".  I was really heartened to hear that this didn't necessarily mean Large in size, but more "complex" with deep meaning.  Also, creating in a slow and meaningful manner.  Every time I take a class from Jude, I come away with a little more knowledge of myself and a deeper appreciation for the blessings in my life.  And that is a very GOOD thing to do.  The class starts on the 5th, and I hope to be sharing my summer with you as I grow into my creative skin.  In parting, I want to share one more photo.  Speaking of blessings, here are a couple of pictures of Tammi, Olivia and I at the airport.  I was breathing deep and trying to soak up some of that wonderful baby goodness to take home with me.  It has to tide me over until August when I get to see my girls again!

Tammi and Olivia

Olivia and I saying good-bye for now.

Have a great 4th of July weekend everyone!!  See you next week!


Vicky~ stichr ~ said...

hehehe....my daughter had a girl on may 22, and my niece had to come visit to get that new babe smell/aura too! lucky me though, i have all 4 grandgirls living close/with us part time.

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Penny Berens said...

Congratulations Grandma!....so exciting! I'm jealous.
Hope college is going well
Thanks for taking time out and visiting.

karen said...

beautiful, beautiful, beautiful baby...it must have been so hard to say goodbye. x

woman with wings said...

Debi, I got a huge lump in my throat when I saw you and Olivia together. I would feel the same way. So glad they are coming to see you soon under the sign of loving Leo! xo

Fabric Art said...

Debi thanks for sweet comment on my book, your granddaughter is a really little princess so beautiful.

twhich aye said...

hi debi! congratulations!!! the little one looks just like a little rosebud :)
:much love to you and your family:

Zeba said...

Beautiful pictures. You are a lucky grand ma!

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