Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Actually cross stitching this week!

Sylvia sillies

How can she be comfortable?


B-I-G stretch!


Cross Stitch

It seems I haven’t done much, however I had a big old problem and had to tear out quite a bit.  So much of my time was spent fixing that!


Jack is now finished with the cross stitch and is outlining.  Let me tell you it is going to be all that more adorable with the outlines!


Short post I know but we had to shop today and tomorrow we are preparing for another trip to Siloam Springs on business.  Anyway, huggles and blessings.


  1. My Christmas wish for you, my friend
    Is not a simple one
    For I wish you hope and joy and peace
    Days filled with warmth and sun

    I wish you love and friendship too
    Throughout the coming year
    Lots of laughter and happiness
    To fill your world with cheer

    May you count your blessings, one by one
    And when totaled by the lot
    May you find all you've been given
    To be more than what you sought

    May your journeys be short, your burdens light
    May your spirit never grow old
    May all your clouds have silver linings
    And your rainbows pots of gold

    I wish this all and so much more
    May all your dreams come true
    May you have a Merry Christmas friend
    And a happy New Year, too .. xoxo

  2. Anonymous9:13 PM CST

    Hi Michelle,
    I daily check your blog for new posts, yet I'm not usually one to leave comments. But I wanted you to know how much I enjoy reading your blog, and that the 'Sylvia Sillies' make me smile even on a bad day. I admire you and your husbands' sewing skills and beautiful handwork. I pray that you have an easy move to your new home, and that you will find many wonderful new friends there.
    I've heard that God gives us the short lifespan of our beloved pets which is unfortunate, yet in those short, short years of their lives we humans definately learn what true love really is. I've found this to be so true, many times over in my lifetime. So love your sweet little Sylvia constantly, and spoil her often. I have six little 'Sylvias' in my home!
    God bless all three of you, and thank you for the sunshine you provide in my daily routine.
    ~A Louisiana reader~


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