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1 year ago
So we found the craziest thing the other day on the bench out front of the house. I have no idea how long it’s been there but my father in law brought it to my office and told me to flip it over. On the back was a message to hide it again or keep it #lcvalleyrocks I had never heard of people doing this and it appears to be from somewhere in Idaho but I love the idea!!! Any of you who know what the dragonfly means to us will know how special this rock is. So I don’t know how It got here or who brought it but thank you we love it and I will be making some different rocks to re-hide this weekend with the kiddos ❤️❤️❤️
What are you doing next weekend???? I know where I’m gonna be- slinging teethers (and blankets, and mobiles) at @spiralrockvineyard ! Join us for 🍷, kombucha, and TONS of local makers! I’ll have some never-before-seen merch with me, and the milestone quilts will be on SALE! Mark your calendars, bring your friends, bring your family!
Trisha Campbell, of Clarkston, whips a fly rod through the air outside of the library on the Lewis-Clark State College campus Wednesday evening in Lewiston. Campbell was practicing her casting stroke for an impending teaching certification through Fly Fishers International. The multiple-day test, which she is taking in the coming days in Livingston, Mont., features both written and performance aspects. During her training Wednesday, she was recording her casts with a tablet and sending the footage to a mentor to make sure her form is correct. (📸 by Pete Caster / @petecasterphoto )
3️⃣ days until I share these cuties! As I mentioned a couple weeks ago these little bunny ear 🐰 teethers are 100% linen scrap from other projects, including the backing which is a dreamy linen waffle weave you’re going to be seeing more of soon. Hand-finished, and super popular with the littlest in our house - I hope your littles love them too! I’ll have limited stock at @spiralrockvineyard this Saturday and can’t wait to share them (and a fun giveaway opportunity!!!) with you- 3-9 pm!
1 month ago
🦷🦷🦷 These silicone teethers are a customer favorite for a reason! They have a variety of textures to soothe little gums, are easy to clean, and come in 5 different colors (blue, mint, teal, white, and pink). I love how the modern design shows that even drool can be stylish, but I can’t lie- my favorite part is that he’s not chewing on my fingers anymore.
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