Dad’s Visiting!

After a five and a half hour drive, my dad made it to Philadelphia and we’ve been having a lovely little extended weekend together.

I took the day off from work and we had a couple of adventures trying to ship pottery (you wouldn’t believe the line at the South Philadelphia post office… the place is oppressive, dark and the line can easily take an hour or more during rush times. We eventually backed up the boxes in the car and headed for a Center City post office, where we breezed through in about five minutes).

We spent some time at a coffee shop before meeting up with D. for dinner at an incredible Spanish tapas restaurant, where we had tons of delicious food and wine, and I had the best mousse I think I’ve ever had in my life!

All in all a enjoyable day!

Published in: on March 19, 2009 at 11:24 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Beautiful Heart!!! I love the detail and depth. Awesome!

    Sounds like the beginnings of a perfect weekend!! Happy Dad made it safe and sound. Hmmm, sounds like Center City needs to be the P.O. of choice!!

    Appears dinner together was everything comfortable, relaxing, delicious, and very filling…… cool!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend….savoring every moment with Dad, as I know you will!

    Mary of Brush It On

  2. Hey Amy, have you ever thought of selling stamps in your store? You’ve got some excellent designs!
    Just an idea since some of my handbuilding students have been asking me to sell some copies of my stamps, and I think yours are wicked!

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