Thursday, December 27, 2007

A Birthday!!

Happy Birthday Laura!We're still in festive-mode here. Today my dear sister, Laura is having a birthday! It's wonderful that her birthday is near Christmas-time (although she hates that) so that we can spend her birthday together. This morning she opened gifts and then we all went out to lunch. Fun! I also wanted to show you the shirt I got from Joe for Christmas. It's from Gypsyville and I absolutely love it!

9 comments:

Stacy/Creativemuse said...

WOW Kari you have such a Terrific Blog! You are so inspiring and a tremendous woman!
Thank you for this wonderful interview I adore this/ I will be checking out Bella Pink asap! Yeah thank you for inviting her and us into your life and sharing so much!
Warmly
Stacy~Creativemuse

Carol said...

I look forward to checking out your site regularly (well what is regular for me that is) I am still so new at all of this, from blogs to posting on a blog. I am in creative heaven with you and all our blogging friends. I had no idea there were so many like myself. I would do a few crafts shows years ago and wonder why those people were no into my stuff....and now I found a world full of people who love the type of crafts I do. I would go to craft shows to get inspired, but they do not have what we have here in blog world, it is the usual simple little stuff. Thanks for that recent interview and for all your wonderful work and posts!!!
carol
sassafrasandlulu.blogspot.com

Vickie said...

Happy birthday to your sister. The two of you definitely look alike! Love the interview too!.

Gina2424 said...

Very cool Kari! I love Romantic Homes and Bella Pink. I've been enjoying your recent Flickr pics. Happy Holidays, Gina

Frivolitea said...

Wonderful shirt! I am going to check out that link asap. Happy New year!

Fete et Fleur said...

I loved this interview!! This is a fun thing to do for the blogging community. I'm off to check out Bella Pink.

:<) Nancy

Shelley said...

Hello Kari, I so enjoy your blog. It is so interesting. Like your shirt. Those girls grew up in our hometown. Their parents had a pizza place called A.J.'s Pizza. It is still here just different owners now. They have really gone far in their junking business.(smile) Thanks for sharing that great interview !

Blessings,Shelley

wanderlustandpixiedust said...

Love the t-shirt! Thanks for the link to such a cool place to visit.

tinuviel said...

My awesome sister's name is Laura, too. It was our great grandmother's. She lucked out--I got Tinuviel. Eek!