|I forgot to take a photo of the house, but this one is on the same street and looks very much like it.|
|Beautiful Park City, UT|
|MaryAnn, Christina and I|
|Christy and Heidi|
|Jamielyn, Angelique and Nicole (Jamielyn and Nicole organized the weekend and did all of the cooking. Yum!)|
Saturday morning we got up to cinnamon pull aparts and fresh fruit for breakfast. Delish! For lunch we were treated to large deli trays, a veggie tray, a fruit salad and chips. Dinner was a yummy pasta carbonera and salad. We scrapped ALMOST all day Saturday, except for the hour we took off to make a Scrapbookin' Mamas Harlem Shake video. Yes, we really did! For those of you who don't know what the Harlem Shake is, I'll explain. It's a silly trend right now. It starts with one person being a little outrageous dancing to the Harlem Shake song and everyone else looking like they are doing something normal, then it cuts to everyone being crazy to the Harlem Shake song. Everyone from the Miami Heat to the University of Georgia Swim Team have made a video. We thought, "Why not scrapbookin' moms?" Everyone at the crop was teasing me about being Mrs. Utah 1995 (Thank you so much, Christina for announcing that. And, yes, that was said with MUCH sarcasm!) so I am in the video in a crown, cape and sash. We thought it would be funny in addition to our costumes for all of us to have something scrapbook-y. Mine was a 'scepter' of a ruler topped with a piece of glittery scrapbook paper. I'm kind of hard to see (thank goodness) but if you look hard you can see me in the back left corner. To see other Harlem Shake videos, you cans search them on YouTube. I suggest the swimmers underwater one and the Miami Heat one. Very funny. Of course, they pale in comparison to ours. *wink*
Sunday morning, we slept in a bit, had a yummy breakfast of German pancakes, sausage and fresh fruit, scrapped until noon, then cleaned up and were on our way home.
I took up a little gifty for each of the ladies attending. I shamelessy scraplifted the idea from my friend, Sheri Rottler, who gave me one almost like it a while ago. Thanks, Sheri!
|Gifty bag with contents: Easter chocolate, 5 rolls of CTMH ribbon and a tag|
I was able to finish 18 pages...all designed for May, June and July's Play Group Scrappin' classes. I also got the cutting guides and shopping lists done for all of them. Life is good! It feels so good to laugh with friends, make new ones, and accomplish a lot all at the same time. Thanks for a wonderful weekend, my scrapbookin' friends!