Monday, December 28, 2009


Here are a few photos from our Christmas week. Probably my most enjoyed gift this year that I received is my camera. I found that it was enjoyable to rearrange my tea buffet to fit new napkin rings my family gave me.

A Christmas candle on top of Susanna's table.
Copper and Gabby also exhausted the day after Christmas.

Scrabble enjoying a relaxing Monday after Christmas with me.

The drawer with all my napkin rings. I like adding to the collection. It started with only four and gradually over nearly three years, I now have a drawer full of them and ones for nearly every occasion. The ones standing up in the bottom left corner are cats.

I got used to the sight of our suitcase the week of Christmas. There really is nothing quite like the experience of living out of a small suitcase for nearly a week.

And the last one is the best. Saturday nights Mama practices the piano during late hours to prepare for our Sunday music. Her playing was accented by the light of the tree the Saturday after Christmas.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Recent accomplishment

My lap afghan I had been working on for about two months.

Nathan didn't think I would finish it

But Copper knew I would

And now whenever I use it, they won't leave me alone!!

Swag Bucks goal reached!!!

Monday, April 27, 2009

Today, I ...

...enjoyed the screen porch door being opened...

Sat on the screen porch...

...sat in my newly arranged and organized sun room...

...folded clothes...

...pieced together more squares of my afghan...

...and ate a dove chocolate while...

...drinking a vanilla key lime milkshake.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Copper usually gets in the way of my web cam shots! This is why in my blog I had to eat the roll. If I didn't hurry and eat it, Copper would!

Friday, March 13, 2009

Just a corner

One corner of my screen porch shot with my web cam on my laptop.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

truly am sorry

My camera has not been working right for some time now but here is an internet link to what I want to get to replace my old camera.

I have quite a bit of reviews on it. For the most part, that is the only one I like that is in our budget. When it comes to cameras, I just don't want a small point and shoot camera. So even though I would love a nice $600 camera, the Fuji one in our budget range will work for me. Not sure when we will get it, but hopefully soon. I have been itching to stop and take pictures of the cutest Donkey's/Mules's (still I don't know the difference) that are on our way to and from Cashiers.