February 20, 2008


Well, I made it back from Seattle in one piece. We had a great time and the best part was finally meeting Jenn of Jenn Maruska Design, in person! I'd like to repeat everything she said. We hit it off right from the start, she's super nice and I'm so excited to have met her in real life. I'm so lucky to be one of the few people who actually knows what she looks like too, haha.

Jenn was nice enough to take me out to look for my wedding dress fabric. I don't think Nick & Josh enjoyed it as much as I did, but I found my fabric! It's exactly the color I was hoping for and I was able to get it on sale. Hooray!!! Now all I need is some shoes. I won't be able to cut or hem properly without them so I ordered these this morning, on sale. I may switch to these once the party is in full swing. Who looks at your feet anyway?

Nick & I really enjoyed Seattle. I think it's very likely that we'll be moving there in a year or so. It just seems to fit us. We were able to drive around a lot while we were there to see lots of different areas of the city. We took the ferry over to Bainbridge Island, which was beautiful. We were very lucky and had excellent weather the whole trip. I even found a little fabric store on the island, much to Nick's dismay. I tried to be quick and came out with a few treasures from Esther's Fabrics.

It's good to be home again and back to work. What? Did I say that?


LeeAnn said...

I like your shoes! Sometimes wedding planning can seem overwhelming, but picking out shoes and fabric are very fun decisions!

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Welcome back Ginny! Sounds like a wonderful trip--and I'm a little jealous! lol Love the shoes (both of them) and that monkey fabric is so cute and so YOU!
Smiles, Karen

Nutsy Coco said...

I love the crocs! :)

I visited Bainbridge Island years ago and it is really beautiful!

Kathy said...

Love the shoes! Both are perfect :-)

One of your Uncles and an Aunt live up in Seattle. Ron's in Kirkland and Beth in Enumclaw. We love going up there.

Felicia said...

Sounds like a fabulous time was had by all :) Good for you for finding that fabric store.

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