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Yesterday Tom and I drove to Strawberry , AZ to check out their craft fair. For me there wasn't anything that I hadn't seen before when it comes to crafters, but it was nice walking around. What's crazy is that I ran into two people that I hadn't seen in years, and Tom ended up running into a guy he worked for years ago - he led us to another guy that Tom worked with that owns a wood shop in town  by the craft fair... it's a small small world.


After our visit to the wood shop we drove to Flagstaff and stopped at Art in the Park. They had unique and beautiful art pieces that I fell in love with, but best of all... a french fry stand! They peeled, cut and cooked the fries while you waited. After eating fries that my body didn't need we walked downtown and did some shopping - had dinner with family and friends in the evening, and somehow in the process I ended up sick. I'm not sure if it's a cold or the flu but it's screwing up my weekend.

We were thinking of driving to Sedona for breakfast this morning, but as of this moment no plans - I'm still in bed surrounded by kleenex.

Enjoy your Sunday...make it a safe one!

Had to share this photo of the barn by the wood shop... I just love it!

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