What I did find in the old pics and videos--OMG! This was back in July. Ian did know what a pottery wheel was! Even if he didn't remember the name of it. He never said a word when we were talking about pottery wheels and watching youtube videos. Did he forget? I am going to show him this video next time he is over.
The Girls are here several times a day now that it's been in the 20s for highs.
We have had scattered light snow.
Look at what I found one morning. Somebody walked right up to my patio and then walked back to the sidewalk. ?? How strange. I hope they don't complain about me feeding the birds!
Ian was fascinated by the mummy eyes.
Insisted Gramma eat one with him.
I love a fresh blanket of sparkly snow!!
Annie is loving all the Cat TV activity.
Well, yesterday I FINALLY got going on the Christmas card assembly line! Cutting down all the white shimmer-sprayed card stock Ian and I sprayed a long time ago.
I use washi tape to guide me for where to cut when I have to cut so many sheets.
Saves a lot of time.
Then I just move it to the next measurement spot.
That piece of flowered washi I leave alone because that's our marker for cutting down card stock for card bases.
Anyways, I got them all cut! Step one done. Next is using the trees die to cut all of these white pieces and all the green plaid pieces that were already cut last winter. Yup--been that kind of a year.
The Girls are so glad to have some snow. This afternoon they were digging spots to snuggle down into for a bit of protection against the wind while they warmed up in the sunshine as best they could.
I just love having them outside my window. How lucky am I?
Let's see...what else this week? Oh, Katy (Caroline's supervisor) came by for a home visit on Friday afternoon. The democrats took back the house. It's Veterans Day here in the US today. More mass shootings. Wildfires raging in California. I hope people are safe and hurt for those who are not. May we find more love, kindness, and compassion. Be what you want in the world, right?
Love and hugs from Fargo. :)
"I have decided to stick to love.
Hate is too great a burden to bear."
Martin Luther King Jr.