Thursday, September 9, 2010

Staying busy, and you?

A little red woolly worm visited us yesterday.
I am recycling again!  LOL!  I had a red gingham curtain on the back door but after we took down the big maple, the sun ruined it.  So I took this lace panel, doubled it over, sewed a few stitches and had a new curtain the sun won't fade.  Being a double layer it keeps out the harshest sun while still letting light in.
Here is E. J. today with a new hedgehog toy.  Many of the toys he inherited from Katie are not doing so well and are tired and worn out.
Jack and E. J. from the other night.  Jack was in pain with his legs, and the E. man was keeping him company.  I had a little fun with the special effect on this picture.
E.J. also got some mail today from a dear friend we have never met.  His Aunted Betsy as he calls her on facebook, made him a little blankie and sent him a toy.  That kid was in hog heaven today!
I am crocheting on a prayer shawl and plan on making a couple more.  I was inspired to do so by a dear friend, Susan from the Tulsa area.  You can meet her here --> Penless Writer
Here is a picture of a gorgeous sunset last night.  I like the shot through the tree.
Nice pinks and oranges in this one.
One last shot of E.J. playing with his present!
So no cross stitching this time, but I do hope you enjoyed everything else.  God bless and huggles.

4 comments:

Sharon Kay said...

Sorry to hear that Jack's leg is still bothering him. How sweet of your friend to make something for E.J.! I'm keeping busy with hand stitching a quilt block while my hip is recuperating.

Sharon Kay said...

Sorry to hear that Jack's leg is still bothering him. How sweet of your friend to make something for E.J.! I'm keeping busy with hand stitching a quilt block while my hip is recuperating.

Lisa said...

Sweet little E.J. steals my heart every time. He's just adorable and I love every picture you share with us!

Galvin Humphries said...

Thanks for the update. I hope your summer went well! Look forward to what fall has in store!