The 15th, my birthday was wonderful. We attended church in the am and I was a greeter, then we came home for pizza. Home made and delicious! I got EW down for a nap and was out the door! Well, not quite. I did take a cat nap in between EW napping and leaving to go shopping. :) A girl needs to be rested up for a little shopping, right? Anyway, on my way to town, my girlfriend Kat called me and asked if I could stop over later that night to look at a window and decided what we could do about curtains. I said sure. (remember this for later)
While I was out, I was able to hit up a thrift store, a few shoe stores, find my girls white long sleeve shirts for pictures, the fabric store for goodies, found myself a new pair of winter boots (Waa-Hoo!) and after all that, I went to church for the semi-annual women's event. The evening was wonderful; fellowship, God stories from fellow women at church and worship to our Heavenly Father! Completely wonderful! Then I made my way to Kat's, you know, to check out that window for curtain ideas. Oh, no! That was just a scheme between her and my husband and a few other friends for a SURPRISE party. And yes, I was surprised, completely. I even walked into the house and saw a 'birthday cake' with a spread on the counter and decorations and still didn't tie it all in. Note: It was Kat's birthday two days before mine and I assumed it was just her decorations. :) I went upstairs to check out the room and what do you know, a large awesome group of people were there! Oh what fun it was! My girls had fun yelling surprise and blowing party ca-zoo's along with everyone else!
Today is Monday and it has been one of the best Monday's I have had a in a long time, it feels great!
What else have I been up to, you guessed it. Sewing, hanging out with my girls and those domestic duties that I signed up for.
Booties for little ones.
Boots for Me.
The awesome cutting mat with a small rotary cutter from Jim for Christmas!
Western Dress-up for niece G.
One of two poncho's for my girls.
Burlap wreath for the Christmas season. I cut 4" squares, folded and pinned to a styrofoam circle.
The girls and I are busy with Christmas toys, playing outside with 50 degree weather until recently, creating sensory boxes, laundry, cooking, cookie baking and much more.
Until next time,