Saturday, May 17, 2014

Ain't no mountain high enough….

...to keep me away from me boys Tim and Mario. They also live in Arizona but they live in cowboy country up in them there hills…






Time for a brew…





Just love spending time with these guys. Tim is the most inspiring and creative person I know and is always willing  to share his time and knowledge with me.  Don't know what I would do without him calming me down, reassuring me, pulling out every scrap of creativity that wants to run and hide deep down inside of me. I wouldn't be where I am without him and I thank him from the bottom of my heart. I am honoured, in that not only is he my mentor, he is also my friend. Even though he is also like an annoying little brother pulling tricks on me lol.


And as for this guy!!! What can I say? He is the sweetest and most helpful person there is. And a fantabulous cook, his food is to die for. Thank you Mario for all that you do to enable us to get on with our work. Food appeared as if by magic, tea arrived just when I needed it and nothing was too much trouble. Thank you Mario you are one in a million and I am blessed to have you in my life.





I also made a new friend



 Tim and I hit the local Hobby Lobby, running around like lunatics...


And arrived home just in time to meet the infamous Woody…the man who delivers and picks up on a daily basis.


I got to sit in his truck and squealed like a little girl lol


Then I showed off one of my purchases to Mario…I'm such a proper lady!!


Well after two solid days we had finished our work and it was time for us to head off down the mountains. On the way we stopped at Sunset Point to enjoy the view.











Tim and Mario where heading off to Quilt Market to show Tims latest fabric range and I was headed back to Dinas for one more day..


We decided to treat ourselves to Mani and Pedicures, but within 20 mins of arriving home can you tell who's is who's…?


All too soon it was time to head to the airport, my destination, Portland and Dinas Cleveland. Sad to see her go she is a very special friend and I love being around her, we just seem to balance each other out. She is the only person who knows exactly what I am going through and vice versa. Miss you gorgeous .


So here I am sat outside Portland airport waiting for my ride to Toledo where I am teaching at The Beehive.  Only a 4 hr journey!. Living the dream lol


Enjoy xx

12 comments:

Kathyk said...

What fab pix - looks like you had such a ball with the guys!

Kathyk

Kaz said...

Oooo what a beautiful place up there in them mountAins xxx some gorgeous peeps xx much love xx

Kaz x

maureenjscott said...

Looks like a fabulous few days!!! what an amazing job you have and amazing friends!!! I love your style and your hair and your dresses are stunning!!! Fab!!! mo xxx

LieselPaula said...

I know OR was pretty but we in AZ are special, Miss Dy. Thanks so much for coming here to Frenzy and come soon again please. I so need that Journal class!! I learned so much in the Friday tag and collage classes. Hugs and happy travels,
Barbara L.(purple hair)

Caroline Hallett said...

Thank you for blogging these photographs - it was so fun to see you all having such a lovely time - xx

Marchelle Cometh said...

Dyan- love all the pictures of our beautiful town with Tim and Mario. I have to tell you...we have good taste...I have the Pretty in Pink, Wicked in Spurs sign in of all places our guest bathroom....LOL.... Come back soon and I SOOOOO loved our class at Frenzy Stamper..it was soooo worth the drive. You are the best and with the boys... you guys are the 3 Muskateers!!!! take care

isisimaginings.com said...

I can't even begin to imagine the fun you all had, but I'm so pleased that you're having all of these amazing experiences. Thanks for sharing some of the adventure with us.

KAT said...

That is some awesome company that you keep! You are one lucky woman!

Carol McCready said...

Fabulous pics. That food looks wonderful.

Dina said...

I miss you. Mwah.

Jocelyn said...

Fabulous pics....looks like so much fun!!! You are such an inspiration to all of us!!!

Marjie Kemper said...

I had such fun reading this post, enjoying all those fab pics! The one where you're up the hill on the street sign, is my fave (besides you and those fab fellas, of course). I bet they can never drive by that sign again w/o picturing you right there!

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