I had a great weekend. It was busy and I didn’t accomplish much in the sewing room but that’s okay. Family first ALWAYS.
Saturday morning Kalissa, Carver and I took off early. Our mission was to find the big orange “H”. That’s what we told Carver anyway. He knows his uppercase letters now so we’re always making him look to find them out in public.
Kalissa had ordered online and we only needed to pick up her order. Yes, we did end up with a couple more things but the things that were pre-ordered were things for Craig. I love this option.
From there we went to another store with an “H”…Hobby Lobby or “Hobby-Hobby” as Carver said.
I ended up getting some sticky board so I could finish a couple cross stitch projects, a couple solid fabrics (watch for more about that in an upcoming stash report) and picture frames to do my family picture wall.
It was a fun time. The weather in Waterloo was snowy and yucky. We might not have gone if we knew. The weather at our house was perfect. We made it safe and that’s what counts.
The next day I had something scheduled with Kayla. We had seen that there was a lefse making class in Decorah. That’s a half hour from us and Kayla LOVES lefse. I’m not head over heels for it but do enjoy it. For those of you who don’t know what lefse is, it’s a scandinavian food. It’s made with mashed potatoes and flour and a few other things. It’s rolled flat like a tortilla. Around here people typically put butter and sugar on it, roll it up and eat it.
Kayla was really wanting to go to the class and I was happy to go with and learn. The classroom was small but nice. The instructor was good.
Here I am rolling out my lefse…. Continue reading