Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy Fourth!


Happy Fourth of July! We are spending the holiday hosting my husbands family. He is the oldest of 7 siblings and his parents and all siblings plus spouses and children are all in Utah this weekend, visiting from Maryland, Idaho, California and Washington DC. It is the first time in five years we've all been in the same place at the same time!

We plan to have fun. I hope you do too. Where ever you are.

13 comments:

  1. Sounds like a very fun day ahead! And I love that flag! Happy 4th

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  2. How fun to have all the gang there!! When you have a big family it gets even bigger doesn't it! :) We have 10 children and when the 3 married ones come and the 2 who are engaged bring their "other half" plus the 5 still at home and now a grandbaby...F U N.... and.... B U S Y!!!!! The flag quilt is just perfect...is this one from your childhood also? HAve a wonderful time!!

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  3. Enjoy your family time!! Love the flag quilt too :)

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  4. Happy 4th, Amy! Love your flag quilt! Have a great family reunion!

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  5. Love the flag quilt!

    Enjoy your time with the family!

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  6. Love the quilt and do hope you all have a wonderful time.

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  7. Love that flat quilt, very cute! Happy fourth and thanks for stopping by and linking! -Allison

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  8. adorable quilt amy!! i so want one!... to my stash i'll go!

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  9. Sounds like a fun family reunion! I love the montage of red, white and blue over the last several posts. Makes me remember how much I love blue and red together!

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  10. Love the flag quilt, were the pieces all from one line? I have a friend in mind who this would make an amazing gift for.

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