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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Handmade love

Zoe This is my lovely friend, Zoe

In high school, her family taught me the wonders of ice cream, when I worked at her mom’s ice cream parlor – best. job. ever.

scan0003 In the years since, whenever someone told me I looked like Jennie Garth, I immediately thought of Zoe, because she was the first to insist that I did. (I still disagree!)

Through the magic of the internets, we’ve recently reconnected via Facebook.

Zoe's giftI always knew she was crazy talented, but I don’t think I ever realized how crafty she was! 

I spotted this pic she posted to FB about seeing some of her wares displayed in Deseret Book, and inquired about her car roll-up.  She was so incredibly sweet, she graciously sent Connor one of his very own!  And it’s adorable in person:

This week, she’s participating in the Beehive Bazaar at Thanksgiving Point.  Her shop’s name is Ruby Market.

If I lived in Utah, or was anywhere near Utah this weekend, I’d be checking out this show in a heartbeat!  If you happen to go (lucky, lucky you!), please be sure to say hi to Zoe for me.  :)

Thanks again for the car roll-up, Zoe… I love it!!



Zoe said...

Aimee, you are so sweet!! I am so glad that you like it! I just got your card in the mail and it was so nostalgic to see your handwriting - so neat and pretty. I always loved your handwriting! Ironically, I was listening to Erasure too when Sterling brought the mail in so it was like a double memory. It seems like "Oh L’Amour" was your favorite song at one time. . . right? Oh, what I wouldn't give to go back to those days . . . if only for one binge at the ice cream store or a church dance! :)

tiburon said...

That is so cute!

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