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Shindig Saturday Weekly Linky Party #33

Well, the movers have come and gone.  We're packed up and living in a hotel.  We have one more weekend here and on Monday we pull out and are on the road.

I'm terribly sad this weekend, but am trying to remember that there are new adventure that await us.  There will be new friends.  New activities.  New sites.  New lessons to be learned.

In honor of that, my free printable quote this week is based on the song that got me through my move to Indiana and will hopefully help me the same as we move to Colorado.
I'll go where you want me to go.
So as I'm sad, I will remember that it's all my Heavenly Father's plan and it will be okay.

And to help cheer me up, will you show me what you've been doing?  I've been on a crafting hieatus lately and I'm starting to go through withdrawls.

Show us your newest party or fun creations by sharing your favorite party themed craft, table scape, photo, favor, or whatever! I'm pretty flexible since just about everything can be used at a party...that's the great thing about us moms! We can see the potential in ANYTHING!

Linky Party Guidelines:
* Link up to your OWN project post, not just your blog, but your actual post. (We want to see it!)
*Grab a Shindig Saturday button for your post or blog page. (Hey, it benefits us all!)
*Stay and enjoy the party by visiting and commenting on other's projects. (It's fun to mix and mingle!)


  1. Thanks for hosting and I hope all goes well with your move. I'm sure it will because I can tell you truly have a great attitude about it.

    Thank you so much for the printable. I love it. I think I will make a tile out of for a friend of mine for Christmas.

    Hugz, Diane

  2. ((((hugs))))) Moving is always hard. Once you get to your new place and get settled, you will find you will come to love it too. I still think about the places I used to live, but I have found that each new place has had new oppurtnities that I would not have had, had I stayed where I was.