Tying the Knot in a Meaningful and Memorable Way (Without Losing Our Savings or Sanity)

Friday, February 5, 2010

Collecting & Developing Ideas

Beautiful photo courtesy of cakies

I don't have much planned for the weekend except a really fun fundraiser for the public Montessori school where I teach. It's a free pancake breakfast. We raise money through donations and a silent auction. My class is making a quilt with all their photographs and a scrapbook. I'm also auctioning off a Saturday morning at my house with a sewing lesson, a cooking lesson (make your own pizza, french fries, and ice-cream!), and some play time with Hoss and the chickens. Can't wait! (I'm crossing my fingers we finish the quilt in time...)

Here are some links that might give you some ideas of things to do:
  1. Make your own calendar with this overview from Young House Love (they will be posting the template soon.
  2. Kristina over at Lovely Morning recommends a parenting book called Nurture Shock. I just logged into the Houston Public Library and put a hold request on it. It will be delivered to my nearby branch. Hooray!
  3. Make your own love garland for Valentine's Day (or your, um, wedding!) with directions from Rubyellen via cakies.
  4. Download these free tags from Twig & Thistle and attach them to your beloved's toothbrush to convey your love. So cute.
Enjoy your Friday and your weekend!

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1 comment:

Sandra Fernandez said...

As a staff member at the Houston Public Library, let me thank you for using our holds system and letting others know about the benefits of using it.

Have a great Valentine's Day.

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