Saturday, February 13, 2010

Happy Valentines Day

This cute little Valentine is sent to all of you for a very sweet, happy Valentine's day. I found this little jewel at the antique mall where I have booths and where I get to work a few hours a month. The problem is when I work, I don't have time to shop!!!! Alas!

The inside of the card says:


Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Snow Again & Quilting

This picture is of my crushed gazebo. We had about 5 inches of snow, very slushy, very heavy snow. The snow was beautiful and for us Arkansans very confining. There is just no going for us old folks. Our snowflakes were huge most of the time and fell quickly.
Being confined to the house has been really nice. I have gotten some much needed rest and some of my quilting projects done. What I have done I can't show because it is part of a mystery quilt that our guild is doing. I have mentioned it before. When it is finished I will be able to post.
Bill, my husband, has been home this week. He goes into his computer room and I head for my sewing room. We each have our own end of the house and it works out well. I guess we are practicing for the day he finally retires.
Tomorrow I hope to be confined again so that I can do some more projects. Maybe something shareable.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Think Red Today

There is a lot of talk about "red" today. It is Heart Day and the heart is something that is on my mind a lot - if I let it. You know you read all the articles about how to prevent heart disease, but they need to write more on what to do once you have it - not that I would probably follow them that much anyway. Apparently I ignored the ones before, although mine is probably a hereditary condition with unknown factors.

May I just say again how blessed I am each day that God gives me to spend with family, friends and even acquaintances. It seems that I still have purpose in life or God would not allow me to still be here.

So today, have some fun, think RED and remember me and all of those who are stuggling with heart diseases.

May all of you have a blessed day.