I'm spoiled. As the youngest daughter in my family, I guess I grew up spoiled and it stuck. I have great friends and family that continue to spoil me and I have to say I like it.
My friend Nan of Pots and Pins lives in Washington (state). She is very guilty of spoiling me. I received a wonderful package from her on Saturday. It is kind of funny because I just showed one of my daughters this sewing tin online. And then Nan sent it to me. Like I said, I'm spoiled.
Inside the reproduction sewing box was a treasure.
This sewing tomato is a pin - a brooch. Ingenious and so well made. It is adorable.
And then there is a quilter's pin, too. Sew cute.
Included was the quilt block note pad, delicious red and summer fruit fat quarters and a yard of that scrumptious strawberry Michael Miller fabric. I'm very intrigued by the Moda red piece with the interesting characters. I don't know how to thank you, Nan. You're so thoughtful.
I was blessed to have both Allison and Eliza here over the weekend. I'm a spoiled 'nanny'. My friend Sandi of A Legacy of Stitches sent me a perfect package of little books for Allison. I love little books and so does Allison. And Allison thinks Elmo is her boyfriend. We had a fun time together with Sandi's books. She has such great ideas for being a good grandmother. Thanks Sandi.
It was prom weekend for Mason. Here he is with his date. They are funny together. She has a sense of humor to match Mason's. I'm glad they had a good time. Mason is the baby in our family and he is very spoiled, just like me.
Thanks for your sweet comments about Eliza (finally) coming home. I'm so spoiled by all my friends that continue to support and uplift our family.