so where was i?

this weekend i went to the briarwood conference and marine science center just over the bridge on cape cod – not the place you’d think about going to scrapbook, but that’s what i did!!  we stayed in the carriage house and scrapbooked in a room with a beautiful view of the water and the woods in the main house.

built as a private estate in the 1890’s, it’s beautiful and so bright and warm…

i'm back!

from our spot in the scrapbooking room, we watched guys and birds both catching clams? (oysters?) (something?)

digging...

and things did get a little wild at one point…

 it's all fun and games

it was nice being with people i haven’t seen in years, we heard a real-life ghost story in an old fashioned style pajama party, stayed up way too late and ate a ton of junk food.

telling ghost stories...

(you don’t need to see us in our pajamas)

i came home with 20 layouts and 2 perpetual calendars complete, and with lots of fun new ideas and projects.  hopefully i can sneak away again very soon!

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5 Comments on “so where was i?”

  1. Evelyn Says:

    That sounds heavenly! I want to go!

  2. Ms.Tee Says:

    It looks lovely! I came over from flickr to here the story of the chair. 🙂 What a beautiful place to relax for the weekend!

  3. Ms.Tee Says:

    oops – I meant *hear*. 🙂

  4. Kristen Says:

    I know just where you were. Such a calm, relaxing spot on the Cape.


  5. sounds like an inspiring rejuvenating blast!


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