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see you then! i recommend rounding your troops for a similar conversation, and a brainstorm session for how to prepare for what lies ahead. just sayin. the best part of dinner was the irish soda bread- it was so so good, and it's really easy to make. when she does these weekends she fills up really fast so don't wait- if you need color and/or cut and/or face waxing at very reasonable prices email her promptly and she'll get you booked and give you directions. i am going to turn on some good music and choose to be happy. corned beef is cheap meat, a head of cabbage is less than 50 cents, and i bet you have all the ingredients for the bread in your cupboard. you should make this meal tonight! when you need to be home, may you find your way. haha, that's my girl. cate was so happy she began yelling "let's give a hand to springtime! i am blocking my two latest projects today and will show them tomorrow. we ate corned beef and cabbage with irish soda bread last night in preparation for the day of the irish. but then again, we looove roadtrips. (i hate in quilting and knitting and sewing when the designs get all fancy just because they can). it's definately worth the long drive, she never looks like a senator from krypton on the red carpet. you sit at the counter 1. in the craft room i throw everything on the homework table. that clears up the floor for more mess craft making. in a tiny town in idaho i always enjoy knitting lacy stuff but this pattern was especially fun, super easy, and portable. i was chuckling while i cooked thinking about how my irish grandparents always had a plaque on their wall with this prayer on it: "may you be in heaven a half hour before the devil knows your dead" ha!