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Monday, November 8, 2010

Monday's News- Old Place Revisited

Here we are a new week and It's Monday, time to share my weekend adventures. Oh it started with a Thursday night Sleepover. You see daughter had Friday off school. That meant the girls wanted a sleepover night. On Friday they, as teens do, slept in. Then once up decided to go to the Catholic Church to take photos. My daughter has a blog and she posted some of those shots there.

On Saturday Hubby and I went to the Amish Market. I love getting our lunch meat, churned butter, cheese, bread and nuts there. This time I purchased some pepper fennel rolls. Not sure what my take on them are.I love to try new things, however these are not going to be my favorite.

Sunday was church time. Got to see the family. Critter was so funny as usual.

Here is one of the photos from our meeting.As you can see he is wearing my daughter hat, acting silly.
We didn't spend too long together for we needed to get going. We ate at one of our favorite place Nortons, then off to pick up our teens boyfriend. Here comes the Old Place Revisited. we drove pass my daughter old school. The one she attended from K4 to 2nd grade. Hubby and I both taught there. It was nice to revisit it. then we made are way to the Savage Mill. this is a very old Mill which was mad into an Antique Mall and shops. the added some Resturants since last time we were there.

We had not been to the Savage Mill in some time. Thinking back it had been about ten years. You know sometimes we just stop visiting the places close. On Saturday my daughter had mentioned Savage Mill. That got me thinking, we should go visit it this weekend. Hubby had never been over the bridge, so we took a walked on the 100+ year old bridge. We did some antique looking and some shopping for Christmas gifts. Stop for a Banana slit, it has been years since I had one. Stop by the French Bakery, will have to go back some time for it was closing time for them.
The stores were great, we will have to go back sometime to really shop. I saw some great things.
Well, we got our walking in and had a fun time doing it.Here is a photo of the bridge dating back to the 1800'sSo what did you do on the weekend?

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  1. Such cute blue's especially the hat. Happy Blue Monday.

  2. What a nice weekend ! I would love to go once on a Amish market. I only have seen it on TV !

  3. What a perfect weekend! I visited an Amish market a million years ago when I was 12. I would LOVE to get back there!

  4. Sounds like a busy, productive weekend. That hat's a winner.

    Happy Blue Monday.

  5. From the photos looks like you had a great time. I am sharing part of my 100th blog giveaway today so hope you can come by! Blessings Debbie

  6. Love that hat it's cute and looks very comfy to me. Happy Monday!
    BM-At the store

  7. Those rolls do sound interesting...but butter and cheese sound better!
    Thanks for the visit!

  8. I love her hat.


  9. He is such a cutie and love that hat. Great photos.

  10. oh, i love amish stuff, I saw shoofly (sp?) pie and ask DH what it is made of. He doesn't know, but I want to try a slice..:))

    Thanks for the comment in my blog. Have a great week!

  11. I'm so jealous of everything you bought at the Amish Market! I only get to shop Amish when I visit Lancaster County, PA.


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