The Ladies' Ministry at our church hosted a Spring Brunch & Agora (marketplace), and since I am on the Ladies' Ministry Leadership Team I had lots of fun helping with all aspects of the event from planning to clean-up. We had over 100 ladies in attendance at the event.
I emceed the event, keeping things running (somewhat) smoothly and giving out over 30 door prizes. I did hand off my camera a few times hoping to get a few shots of me at the event, however I either have a goofy look on my face or was moving too fast for the camera.
Then we had my parents over for lunch & an afternoon of playing games to celebrate Mother's Day.
I spent a few days creating page kits before setting out for Scrappin' Goodtime in Corsicana, Texas, to meet up with four other ladies that I've "met" in my BPC online classes. (Please be sure to check back tomorrow to see how you can help us win a half-priced retreat!)
Robbie, as usual, had flowers delivered to the retreat center before I arrived - his way of reminding me to have a good time when we're apart!
We had a fantastic time at the retreat - lots of creating, laughing, snacking, shopping, sharing ideas, creating, snacking. . . I have 10 new layouts to share with you in future posts.
Right before I left for my scrapping fun, Robbie's lifelong friend arrived for his first visit to Texas. They visited a museum, took in a movie, and attended the Dallas Comic Con while I was away. Then the three of us went to an antique trade days . . . and they were just like kids again checking out all the toys & things!
We spent a morning at Southfork Ranch (yes, THE Southfork Ranch from the 1980s Dallas TV show and the upcoming new Dallas show that premiers June 13). I took the Twelve Photos prompts for May with me and will be sharing my twelve photos (or maybe a few more) in an upcoming blog post.
BTW - I did have a guest post on the Camerons in Kenya blog earlier this month - you can check it out here.