The night before the projects were due I decided to try my hand at pastels to have one more thing to display at the show. I wasn't all that displeased.
Yes, that would be my hanging with the first place ribbon. I felt a bit chagrinned.
|This is the beginning of Week 3 of the Mystery Quilt.|
|No one knows why the "Nature Center" was originally constructed, but over the years it has become the crafting area. Sadly, it has screen windows covered in plastic and no heat or A/C. Some days this winter it has been darn right cold!|
|One of the puppy dads had treats to give out at Yappy Hour. |
It was amazing how well behaved the dogs were as they waited a turn to get their treats.
|View from the bedroom upon arising at our CA home.|
|We all got to snuggle with Alexis and Kellan.|
|This day was perfect kite-flying weather!|
|Alexis and her Nonna Holly pretend to have lunch at a café.|
|We all enjoyed the Pavlova Yule Log that the kids made.|
|Alexis models the bathrobe I made. It matches PJ's both grands received.|
|Grandpa snuggles with Kellan while dinner preparations are completed.|
|We babysat the little ones so Mom and Dad could have a date at the movies. |
It wasn't a hard task and our visit wasn't all about shopping!
|I dressed Kellan (on right) in the outfit his dad wore at Christmas 32 years previously.|
|This is only part of the arsenal of drugs we are using to ease our cold symptoms!|
|Marjie loves drama!!|
|Photo courtesy of Bella Photographs|
Recently I organized "The Afternoon of the Arts". This was the culminating show for the Paint Chip Challenge projects. It was a l...