Saturday, November 14, 2009

A day in the life!

So just what are those Perkins up to? Sure you want to know? Okay but remember you asked for it!
I have finally lost what little mind I had left!
Jack is playing a game on the 'puter. I brought him some cranberry apple zinger tea to warm him up. Glad he feels well enough to be on the computer again!
Katie, of course, is napping. What a life!
And this? Really it is going to be an elephant once he grows another ear, some legs and eyes might be nice too. I want to make a bunch of little critters to give to the kids at church and kids I meet when I am out and about. I think I will do elephants, bumbly bees, lady bugs and bears.
Yippee!!!!!! I am back to my cross stitching. Ahh, that feels nice!

So there is our day. Thanks for visiting! huggles and blessings.


Glenna said...

Hi, Michelle! I'm glad Jack is doing better--he's lucky to have you and the pooches take care of him. And what a lovely afghan! Best wishes for continued improvement and as always, your crafting of all kinds, including the cross stitch, is so lovely. I especially love those beaded snowflakes!

The imPerfect Housewife said...

OK, I can't decide which cracks me up more - your contorted face or the wrapped dog with just his legs sticking out - I think the face wins!!! I think I lost my mind a long time ago - welcome to the club! ♥

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Hi Michelle!
First of all I want to say how sorry I am that I'm not able to keep up with Facebook. Even though I do like it--I just have to get away from the computer or I won't get anything done. Seem's I'm also the type who can only do one thing at a time even though I like and enjoy everything!
I'll be praying for Jack--and I sure got a kick out of your pictures! I love all the things you are making too!
Of course-your pup is the sweetest!
You have always been such a thoughtful & dear blogging friend!
Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by the Cabin-- Much Blessings and love to you!
Claudia O.

PEA said...

Hello dear Michelle:-)

I'm so glad to hear that Jack is feeling better!! Praying that he continues to do so.

You made me giggle with that picture of yours...I lost my mind a long time ago and I'm still searching for it! hehe

How wonderful to be knitting various animals to give to children, leave it to you to put a smile on a child's face:-) xoxo

PlainCatholic said...

Michelle, I have most certainly missed your fun when away from the computer. Your angel and moon work is coming along beautifully as is your "Jesus" work.

Love the funny pictures of you, Jack and Katy"did". Remember, we never lose our minds; they just take a vacation every now and again.:-)

I can relate to your sharing of "the look" we get for our modest clothing and kapps. Tis humorous to see how many faces a person can pull; remember how our mothers would say "your face will stick in that position permanently"? I must confess I have been tempted on more than one occasion to repeat that tidbit.

God bless you all and keep the smiles coming!