Wedding, Chicago and Workshop!!!

So, it’s been a little while since my last post.  Well, we’ve been busy!!!  Our youngest daughter got married on 4/8 and it was a perfect day for it.  The weather was outstanding and she was a beautiful bride!  Of course, I’m prejudice.

The little ones looked adorable in their outfits and did their jobs well.  LOL!

After the wedding weekend we celebrated our Savior’s resurrection on Easter Sunday and had the kids/grandkids over for a meal and some fun activities.  The kids looked adorable in their Easter outfits!

Easter Monday we flew up to Chicago to be with our son and daughter-in-law for his heart procedure.  Monday evening we were able to go out to eat with them and enjoy a delicious meal!!!

Tuesday morning we headed to the hospital early in the morning.  We were so thankful that many prayers were answered and they were able to repair the heart with no damage!  It was a rather stressful LONG day waiting, but the hospital had lovely waiting rooms and the staff were so very helpful.  The dr. was one of the best in his field.  We praise God for his wonderful provision and for the outcome of this.

I love this picture of Steve with Lauren at the wedding!

After the quick trip to Chicago, I headed up to Maryland to do a workshop with the Chesapeake Treasurer’s guild.  What a fun group of ladies to teach!!!  They were enthusiastic about the classes and techniques they learned and I had a great time with them.  It was so fun to see the different choices that the ladies made for both the dress class as well as the embroidered jacket class!  I’m looking forward to seeing some pictures of the finished outfits on FB soon!!!

Now that I’m home again I’ll be working on my next new project as well as managing the home front and preparing for the next workshop.  I am loving the next project and hope to share it soon!  Until then, keep on stitching!!!

 

6 thoughts on “Wedding, Chicago and Workshop!!!

  1. Martha Ullmer

    Kathy- what pattern did you use for the little girls dresses, and how many layers of tulle in the skirts?
    They all look darling!

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  2. Linda Howard

    Always look forward to your posts Kathy. So glad all went well with the wedding, the medical procedure and your workshop.

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  3. Marysia

    Oh Kathy,
    Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful pictures with us all.
    Of course all the dresses are stunning, and it is also wonderful to hear that your Son is doing just fine.

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  4. Rettabug

    Thanks for sharing all these lovely photos from your beautiful daughter’s wedding, Kathy!
    The dresses are ALL gorgeous…loved seeing the wee ones. 🙂
    Extra prayers for your son’s complete recovery.

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