Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Week Re-Cap!

 This week has been a busy week to say the least. I was so very blessed by my birthday wishes, greetings, cards, calls, gifts. Being a twin has always brought extra special to our days. I was spoiled again. So amazing the kindness out there. Working with my twin as well as being one is like craziness. We have customers that share our day that remember and bring gifts. Amazing! My granddaughter was so excited and her and her daycare came in with brownies, flowers, bath and body, dutch bro coffee card. So sweet, my son gave me a thrifting jar with cash, and a kohls gift card, (so thoughtful)! Going antiquing today! My daughter had flowers delivered to work, dutch bro card from my brother, pedicure and goodies from my niece Kim, did I say spoiled.
 My sister Penny gave me this rooster air freshener from Bath and Body. I love it! So cute.
 Gift to self. While shopping for my sis I came across this linen necklace holder from Ross. At $3.99 who could pass it up.
 My office is a catch all room. Tried doing a little industrial with alot of my dads belongings, but it now is just all thrown together and seems to be the room that things get dropped off in.
 Old clipboard was my dads, along with a old notebook, and chalk line tool. A room in the making.
 Spent sometime in the week with my great niece Pippa Jo! She received all A's and what better way to celebrate than dinner and a good girls chat. I love spending time with her.
My sister and her husband flew out to Las Vegas on Thur and our spending time in New Orleans. They are having a great time. My husband's birthday was Friday two days after mine. He jokes that since marrying twins he doesn't have birthdays anymore. His gets lost in the shuffle. This has been 28 birthdays celebrated. Its crazy how time flies. The sun shines here and I am off to enjoy it. Have a great day! Blessings Pam


  1. Pam, I'm glad you had such a special birthday! You deserve it :)

  2. Pam ~ won the Bigstock Giveaway on my blog today! xoox, tracie


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