Note the number of "items" on the counter. Alas, I've been remiss. (Note my dramatics here...) Normally I'm good about keeping up with the blogs I read, but for the past several months I've fallen way behind. It'll probably stay this way until after Christmas, but THEN...hopefully! LOL
We're sprucing up the house. To think it all started with a simple question of, "Some new furniture?" It was innocent, honest...who knew?
All kidding aside, the house inside is in chaos, but DH is truly thankful that for once in his life, he's not doing it all. :)
The house is much quieter now (well, except for the demolition parts). But we're staying busy; we visited our daughter and SIL (and Mya, of course).
...then went to the last Stitching Jubilee to meet up with old and new friends. My pictures have disappeared off the planet from that, but we had a great time with Debbie and Teresa.
I also met Karen V. from an online group and she stitched this adorable Hansel to go with Brooke Nolan's Gretel.
Mary and I literally ran into each other at Bush Mountain's booth and had a nice little visit there.
And as always Kathy and I had a great time. Lyne and her mom came there and we took off to hang out. She's just had her baby boy :) ...
After that, off to the Pals retreat with Deborah...
Saw lots of friends and Charlene stitched this sweet little Autumn pillow for me. Love it!
And recently six of us went away for a stitching weekend. Nancy stitched us all a Christmas ornament.
Can you say adorable???
First stop - Stitching Bits and Bobs...what fun. Definitely thread heaven - she must have them all stocked; the walls were full of threads everywhere.
No naming names, but certain people got up at the crack of dawn and were tired...but happy. :)
And more converting...
Hanging out...we look industrious here, don't we? Hmmm, not sure how much we actually stitched that night, but we sure did laugh.
Show and tell pinkeeps from the Birthday Girl...
Fantastic no-sew cube...
Karen taught Nancy and me how to make scissor fobs; I love mine!
Tree of Life Samplings had a giveaway - guess who won?? Winner could choose any two charts - aren't they awesome? Thanks, Jan!
Still stitching on Nancy's Mill House Christmas RR, but now it's down to the beading. Stitching time is limited, but it's coming along.
Hope you all have a great Thanksgiving and Christmas. If I don't make it back before New Year's, have a blessed holiday time and take care.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010
I just had to post this picture. This is an ad in a Sept. Newsweek (subscribers in OK) for Oral Roberts University and the man featured is my brother. Too cool. We didn't even know about it until my SIL posted something on Facebook about it. What would we do without Facebook? Kudos and much love to you, Bill.