What a fun day…

Mar 30, 2008

Yes­ter­day I went with Car­o­line to help teach her class “Home is Where We” at “The Crafty Scrap­per” in Wax­a­hachie. Talk about the neat­est store. I am try­ing to fig­ure out a way to get the res­i­dents that live above the store to move. I would so live in that place. I’m not sure the rest of my fam­i­ly would be as hap­py as I would so I guess I will live there only in my dreams.

If you have not had the chance to vis­it this store you so need to jump in your car and get there. It is an easy dri­ve, at least I thought it was as Car­o­line drove and I just talked her ears off. The Crafty Scrap­per is locat­ed on the his­toric town square of Wax­a­hachie and is nes­tled among lots of quaint shops so after you fin­ish shop­ping at The Crafty Scrap­per you can spend sev­er­al addi­tion­al hours shop­ping and eat­ing at “The Dove’s Nest Restau­rant.” Car­olyn was so sweet and treat­ed Car­o­line (gosh that is so hard to keep straight) and I to lunch. So we got a lit­tle taste of some food from “The Dove’s Nest”. I had the most incred­i­ble Chick­en Apri­cot Sal­ad sand­wich and their chips are the best.

The Crafty Scrapper

The Crafty Scrapper

Check out the amaz­ing amount of Maya Road prod­ucts they car­ry.

Maya Road at The Crafy Scrapper
Maya Road at The Crafy Scrapper

Hon­est­ly you will real­ly enjoy the store. The own­er Car­olyn and all her employ­ees are super sweet and extreme­ly help­ful and Car­olyn has some of the cutest projects and lay­outs dis­played all through­out the store cre­at­ed by her design team.

I can’t wait to go back.

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