We’ve mentioned here and here that we’ve been best friends since the 7th grade. While that mostly makes for an extremely fun work week, even we get burned out from time to time. Burned out from parties? Yes. Burned out from one another? Not so much.
We’re those crazy weirdos that actually hang out outside of work as well and this weekend marked our first annual “Friend-a-versary” celebration. The three of us along with one of our other best, most dearest friends (mentioned here) gathered in Leavenworth, Washington for relaxation, laughter, and a little bit of this:
Not only are we rejuvenated and re-inspired to get back to party making, but I think it’s pretty safe to say if we’d forgotten about the things we loved most about each other outside of work, we remember now.
So that’s what we’ve been up to… how about ya’ll?
In other news we’re kicking off Tools Party Week today and if you have a child that’s enthralled with tools you know and understand how quickly this obsession takes over and how hard it is to shake. It’s our hope that by encouraging this obsession you’re creating your own little Ty Pennington:
because someday it’s gonna be your house he’ll be extreme home making over! So if it’s tools they want, give the kids tools! For the little Mr. Fix Its or Mrs. Fix Its in your life, welcome to Tools Party Week. We hope you’ll stick around all week for all sorts of cool party tips and tricks. In addition, be sure to leave a comment on any post this week in order to be entered to win a free digital invite good for any party in our shop. Tomorrow we’ve got such an adorable customer party to share, we hope you’ll come back and check it out!
Oh, and if you haven’t called your girlfriends recently or gathered over a glass of wine to gab. Do it. What a difference a little girl time makes.