Thursday, May 21, 2009

Sisterhood Celebrates Birthdays and Outings

The table was set and the food was prepared by Nancy our hostess for the evening, we are celebrating our dear friend Judy's Birthday. We try to get together for each others birthday; with all of us having lots of activities, sometimes we delay our gathering, I don't mind, that just means we stretch our birthday out.Yeah!
Robin, Lola and Birthday Girl Judy.
Here we are off to more adventures, we will usually meet at Starbucks at Jantzen Beach, climb into my Expedition and off we go. We pretty much all like the same kinds of things so it is easy to shop together. We have gone antiquing and quilt shop hopping and of course special gift shop hopping. Our next adventure will be in June to Monticello Antique Mall.
Robin found some cute decoration at The Pine Needle Quilt Shop in Lake Oswego, I think this was the trip that Robin and I came home with purse kits to make. Whoops mine is not made yet, that will be a some day creating day.
I found some great treasures at Sur La Tab, Lake Oswego has it all, don't they?
Here Robin and Nancy are checking out Chicos in Lake Oswego.
We did some serious shopping at Holly Hill Quilt Shop in West Linn.
Here we are in West Linn at a cute little gift shop Robin, Nancy, me, and Judy.
This is Judy showing off her new apron. We gathered at Irbys in Battle Ground to celebrate four of our birthdays, and we all received aprons, how cool was that?
Robin had blessed us with aprons and then in turn she received one for her birthday.
Me I loved this apron thank you Robin!
Lola Who does this remind you of? Hint Columbia Sportswear.


  1. Your right, Lola does look like the lady from Columbia Sportswear in this picture! I love the fabric on your apron mom.

  2. Fun post, Florence!
    My daughter, Cecilia, with family lives in
    Lake Oswego, but so far I have only made it to "Bridgeport Shopping Mall" & "Whole Foods" :o)
    I'll be at Tarte's show Saturday!

  3. Lola does look like "Gerd" of Columbia Sportswear!
    Love all the aprons....I have a nice collection myself but I use mine and they are part of my dress-code on a daily basis.
    Looks like a wonderful time was had by all.

  4. you all look adorable. How fun. I remember when Lake Oswego was just starting. Our old neighbor's family owned the textile mill where they first put shops. I was about 12 and will never forget watching the huge rooms full of fabric and machines get striped down and turned into shops. Erin


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