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Birthdays, Storms and Busyness!

First of all, THANK YOU everyone for wishing me a Happy Birthday!  And for my dear daughters “hijacking” my blog! ;)

I apologize to my Fabulous Family Friday readers–of course Thursday was a busy day (tea in the morning, groceries in the afternoon, and out to eat with my wonderful husband in the evening!), then Friday I thought I could post late, but we had some nasty storms go through!  Just south of us they had 100 mph straight line winds and parts of that county are still without electricity!

Just north of us friends were without power for a few hours, but when we came home, our electric hadn’t even gone off! We hardly had any limbs down (which is amazing–we have 30+ trees, many older ones that usually “shed” limbs in high winds!)!  We are grateful that everything was okay!

Then Saturday was another busy day, and here it is Monday already!  (Yet another busy day!  LOL!)

But I wanted to thank my birthday wishers and to tell my Friday readers that I’ll have a nice post this Friday, weather permitting!  ;)

I’ll post about my “Birthday Tea” tomorrow–again, weather permitting!

Blessings on your day!

4 Responses to “Birthdays, Storms and Busyness!”

  1. Melissa says:

    Happy Belated Birthday!!!

    Many Blessings to You-

    Melissa (MrsNoakes from T-Tapp)

  2. Melissa says:

    What a way to start a message, don’t you think??

    Oh, I almost forgot…

    2 quick questions:

    What is your clothing source?? I love all of your family’s jumpers and blouses! (We dress modestly also)

    Where did you find your headcoverings? My one daughter has been looking for a smaller lace style covering and I haven’t been able to find a good source..

    Thank You and Blessings-


    • Trisch says:

      Thank you for your birthday wishes, Melissa!

      We make our own clothing. The girls have tweaked patterns to what they want. If you’re interested in something specific that they wear, e-mail me at tinklingbells (at) medt (dot) com and let me know which one(s). Most of mine are Elizabeth Lee patterns, although we’ve tweaked one of those, too, by adding inserts to the skirt to make it really full!

      Coverings–we took a style we liked and again, tweaked it! The hardest part has been finding lace that lies nicely (no “flying nun” look! LOL!) When we find something that works, we buy 3-5 yards of it! :)

      We could trace our covering pattern, too, if you like. Just let me know!



  3. Happy Belated Birthday to you!
    I love your blog and all the wonderful ideas!

    Have a wonderful day!
    ~ Kristal ~

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