Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Short post.

Hello friends. Wanted to get a post end before the month slips away today. I was sick all last week and today a migrane. But here is a little post anyway!
My brother Mike and his foster baby girl. She is a sweetie and full of her self. Eight weeks old this week. The bigger kitty is Flower.



Going to spend my birthday next month with Mike in Missouri. Have not seen him for eighteen years. We talk and text pretty much every day, several times a day.
I am retying the Perfectly Imperfect quilt to take to him and making him and afghan too.
Now enjoy some Bozz pictures. The boy is always up to something. Today he pulled a full glass of coke on himself, his toy, the ottoman and the carpet.












Thanks for visiting. Huggles and blessings.

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

I have returned!

Hello, hello! Not a lot of stitching to show but there is some. I am trying to finish this up as I am really very close! It is called Family of change by Frank O'Randle. I had to search and search to find the skein of navy I needed to finish it. Bozz is being sure to help me with it!

Jack is still working away on his baby quilt. Sorry no picture. Mostly I was working on a bunch of crosses hearts, and bookmarks. Still have angels and more crosses to make. Here is my messy little corner with ttting and crochet little projects.
A few weeks back after a service we were greeted by these precious folks who came by to sing chants with us and we received communion which was a blessing. From left to right Kouria Marilyn, Tom, Father John, Anasia, and her dad Jeremy.
Last week I bought a shamrock and planted it on Sylvia's grave. Eventually, it will be a lovely garden of shamrocks and hostas.
Last week, Nicole brought us this lovely Pascha basket. How fun and we act like kids at times and play with the flute that was in the basket! What great blessings God gives us.
Our sky last night as storms rolled in!
We had carolina wrens nesting in the broken fan on the deck. Should have replaced it already, but they were a joy to watch. This is one of the parents trying to get them to leave the nest. We have purple martins and robins nesting on the front porch.
Jack and I had an outing today and went to a second hand store that we really enjoy! I got this mirror for the half bath for sixteen dollars and a brand new light for the dining room for twenty five dollars. Sorry no picture of the light.
And now for Bozz news. He is becoming quite the fella! The fear aggression is gone now and I am so glad I did not give up on him when it was so bad. He is getting more affectionate every day, meows more, cuddles, loves and is a total nut!










Thanks for visiting. Huggles and blessings.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Better post before March gets away from me!

So sorry for so long in posting. You know life gets in the way. Did I tell you about my little brother Mike? We have not spoken in 18 years and he had to have triple bypass just before Sylvia passed away. We are talking again and will go to see him after all this stuff gets over with. Here he is with one of his five cats named Flower
We look a lot alike don't you think?
Jack is still busy on his baby quilt as you can see.
I am working on bookmarks. It is a pattern called Higher love by Draiguna
I also am finishing up a baby quilt for someone. Jack did it some time ago.


Oh and look at my awesome find at a thrift store! I needed some decent glasses for company and bought all of these old soda fountain ones for ten dollars.
We also have been having a lot of rain and last week it even took the cap off our chimney. That was loud when it hit by our bedroom. More rain and storms coming tonight.




And now for Bozz news. The first couple weeks were not fun! He was so anxious and unnerved he was being very aggressive. A couple nights were so bad I had a panic attack myself and had to lock him out of the bedroom. I got some homeopathic meds for him and by end of the third wee it was really helping. Now he is mostly just a big, silly, clumsy dork!