Saturday, July 31, 2010
Before July ends, I wanted to post one last picture. This is our latest Garage sale find last weekend in Mishawaka. Fuzzy's eyes about popped out of his head when he saw this for $3. I'll let the picture speak for itself. For now it is hanging on a hook outsde the back door. But I am sure it will be up above the dance floor in the pole barn soon.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
We took Chloe down with us when we went to visit my dad in Indiana. He has been having a hard time dealing with my step-mother being in a nursing home. He really got along well with Chloe, and was just tickled that she jumped on the bed with him to take his nap.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Sunday, July 18, 2010
With the first Asian Round Robin complete, I am ready to start another block around. This one again is blue and white theme. The players this time are Meg in South America, Rita in KS, Candji in OH, and Peggy in FL. Stay tuned for updates.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Elsie, is a town about 15 Miles away and have an annual Dairy Festival. The famous "Elsie the Cow" is named after the city and their large dairy farms. Fuzzy's friend from work and his brothers performed as a band and we had an enjoyable afternoon watching. Quite a talented trio. The bass player works with Fuzzy and he has a nickname of Fuzzy's son, as they both have similar (wierd) interests.
and Fuzzy's "son" Randy
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Here is my block I finished for Rita. This is my last Flower Fairy Block. I don't do much silk ribbon embroidery, but I thought the daisies turned out pretty good. The bunny was machine embroidered onto felt, trimed, and then tacked to block.
Saturday, July 3, 2010
A few pictures taken while attending the Bluegrass festival last weekend in Charlotte.
A beautiful home, and right next to the Dairy Queen.
Old rail station converted to a Pizzaria. We tried the pizza, fantastic.
Great burgers, and cole slaw to die for..
A former co-worker and her hubbie. We met for lunch at the Evelyn Bay Coffee Shop downtown.
Cool silo/porch at a retirement home north of town.