News and Events
Dear Wren Friends,
Where does the time go? It seems like only yesterday that Riley and Jadyn were moving in with us. Riley graduated from high school and now it's time to prepare her for the graduation party and attend orientation at college. Bob and Peggy certainly need 48 hours in a 24-hour day right now. (That's what Peggy's mom always told her as a child.) Too many things to do and so little time. It has been fun seeing things come together for Riley's grad party. We have been so blessed with the help of family and friends (especially Diane and Dar). Peggy's women's group from church have volunteered to help serve at the grad party - God is good all the time, and all the time God is good.
Jadyn made drum major this year for the marching band. What a boost to her self confidence. Bob and Peggy couldn't help but cry tears of joy and beam with happiness. The band has started practicing already. She will attend drum major camp and band camp this summer (sure to keep her busy).
Bob has been keeping busy working as a consultant/engineer for a telecommunications company. He enjoys the challenges and variety of fiber jobs. He was fortunate to work in Traverse City for four days. They had very little rain and nice temperatures while he was there. Peggy would have loved to have gone, but someone had to hold down the fort.
Peggy has been busy with the girls' activities, appointments, walking Pogo, spending time with mom, and creating lots of new items for the shows. It is very relaxing for her to be in the pole barn creating, painting, sanding, staining, listening to Christian music and Tiger ballgames. We were fortunate to attend Home Plate 2019 and the Tigers versus Twins game last Saturday (and we won)! It is so inspiring to hear the testimonies of the Tiger and Twins players. We had an awesome family day.
We woud like to wish a Happy Father's Day to all our our Wren Friend Fathers and a special Happy Father's Day to Bob (aka Grandpa, dad, Robert).
We hope to see you in Frankenmuth this weekend. What a great place to spend Father's Day weekend. We will have so many new and wonderful items in our booth and lots of new signs. We are so thankful for the creativity of the stencil makers so we can create great signs. We look forward to seeeing you!
The schedule and details for this weekend's show and our future shows is listed on our Events page.
We have also started selling select items on our website. We have bears, rabbits, signs and our handmade Michigan wood piece (with "My Home is in the Mitten - The Mitten is my Home" tag) listed. Items can be purchased through email at email@example.com or by texting or phoning 586-707-1330.
Check out our FaceBook page and "like" us for notifications of upcoming shows.
Bob and Peggy, "Mom", Riley, Jadyn and Pogo (our American Bulldog who supervises all our work)
Wren in the Willow