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Wednesday, February 06, 2013


This is a McKenna Ryan pattern that I found for my Grandson's 24th birthday. That guy makes the BEST coffee in the WORLD!


To make sure he can set a proper coffee setting, I added reversible placemats and napkins.


We had him over for a Birthday dinner of Homemade Hot and Sour Soup, Chinese Chicken Salad and his request for a Costco Cheesecake. He had never learned how to eat with chopsticks, but was open to learn, and gave it a very good try.


To express his appreciation for us, his grandparents, he bought a lovely card with a heart flet note in it, along with dark chocolate for each of us and a beautiful long stem red rose, all tokens of his love. He's a wonderful guy!! Wish you could meet him and have a cup of coffee with us.
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  • BMCOLLEY
    Oh what wonderful gift and day.
    1326 days ago
  • GETFIT2LIVE
    Beautiful work--no surprise at all there considering how gifted you are in that area! What a wonderful gift and a lovely way to celebrate together. Mmmm, coffee, the elixir of life in the Northwest!


    1326 days ago
  • JACKIE542
    Very beautiful, what a great idea. emoticon
    1326 days ago
  • LKWQUILTER
    Love the quilting and what a good looking grand. You are truly blessed.
    1326 days ago
  • HEALTHYGRAMMY49
    What a thoughtful & loving Grandson & Grammy!!! Did you do trapunto (sp?)?...the placemats? I love it!!! Beautiful work! I want some. Where can I get the pattern? My youngest son is a chef and I love to do something for him and my DDIL.

    BTW...make mine a Skinny Mocha please! emoticon
    1326 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/6/2013 1:53:21 PM
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