We sure had a great, relaxing time in Sebring last weekend! And it was especially nice that it carried over to Monday so we stayed 3 nights. Barb, Sonya and I had a small suite that was very nice and we were very comfortable. It was very chilly the first two nights and then it let up but overall, the temps were wonderful.
Sue Neal, the Utah designer, came for the weekend with her husband who was a doll. She had 4 classes in all and I took 3 of them and then bought the kit for the 4th. She does some very clever cards with neat techniques which I love. Here's a couple of the things we did...
When we weren't scrapping, we were out on the wonderful front porch of the lodge, yakking it up. Everyone was saying how relaxed they were and how it was such a wonderful weekend- no drama at all! We actually haven't had any drama for a long time now which is nice! It's a wonderful group of women that go to these and I'm lucky to be part of it I know.
We'll be meeting again the weekend after next, down in FunNSun for another long weekend. I really love that place and always look forward to going to it, especially since it's only 40 minutes away from my house. Barb and I will be rooming again down there. I think Gerri Ann and Sonya have their own place this time which they love as they stay up really late and get up late, lol. I think Linda has decided to do the January crop in Sebring again next year as it was so successful.
Kelly was there and I got two wonderful chair massages too.
Sunday night, a group of us went out to Red Lobster for dinner and my oh my. I hadn't been there in quite awhile and they have these new specials now. Linda and I got the Lobster Bake and it was to die for....
It had lobster, mussels, scallops and shrimp over linguini with this wonderful sauce...just thinking about it now makes me want to go there again!
We had Ann and her girlfriend come all the way down from Pensacola, Susie from Alabama and even Kelcey made it this time from the East Coast plus Dawn from Miami so we really had a wonderful time! We are so lucky to have Linda and her Hilltopmemories traveling store. She cooked of course and Saturday night she made her famous chicken noodle soup and grilled cheese sandwiches which are always so yummy! That girl can cook. You should have seen her walking down from the 3rd floor on the grand staircase carrying a huge pan of baked beans, lol! She cooked up in the "Penthouse" suite where she, Kathy and Teresa were staying.
I came home Monday to pups that were very happy to see me! We're still having really nice weather here so I have the windows open which I love!
Now I'm having a relaxing week at home and hope you do to. Life is good.