Monday, April 15, 2013


Good afternoon Prim Pals! We've sure been busy this week! Yesterday we went to visit friend Debbie's new shop - Homestead Antiques in Rochester Hills, MI. A lot of you will remember her from Simple Times Antiques and Our Corner Store in Waterford, MI. She JUST opened and it is quickly taking shape. She has some great prim pieces with lots more to come. As soon as the weather cooperates, she will also have a garden area open. We also went to our grandson Peyton's second birthday party at Pump It Up! We got to spend time with 6 of our 8 grandchildren and it was so much fun to watch them! Also 3 of our 5 children and spouses were there too. Peyton is a lucky little boy to have Sydney as a big sister! He was in amazement at his Toy Story cake! Daughter Amanda and hubby Greg came with Caroline, Jack and Ellie. Son Rich and wife Valorie were our hosts. Those lucky two get to go to Paris a little later this month! Miss Lucy was ready for some fun - she even brought her own toys. Daughter Ashley and hubby Tony joined us too. It's so wonderful to see these little cousins have so much fun together - and sisters and brother too! The rest of the week is going to be busy too! Friend Peggy came over this morning and we put fall orders together and had some time to gab. A lot of sewing is going to go on tonight and tomorrow. Rug hooking field trip on Wednesday to Romeo! THEN two teeth pulled on Thursday. I dread that more than I can tell you! Be watching for some great surprises coming at the beginning of May! You're gonna like 'em! Until next time...


  1. How wonderful the kids can grow up together-memories! Love the new shop, which I was closer. Peace be with you on Thursday, I hate the dentist visits too! ~*~Lisa

  2. Families are what it is all about. Love you pictures and I don't have to tell you, that you have a beautiful family. The shop is wonderful.

  3. Sounds like another road trip I can take!!! Woo Hoo Your family is adorable!!! Hope your visit to the dentist turns out ok!! XOXO Love Fran.