We are into a new month and I feel so behind! Hello July! Happy Birthday America, we love you and we are thankful for you~~!
~ I have taken a break from the cute little hexagon quilt. I just needed a break. You know how it is when it is full steam ahead and somewhere along the way it kind of wears down a bit.. I have no problem with that, I just move on to a new project.
This is a baby slip, I can’t give much information yet as I am so fearful I will hit a wall and run out of ability. I will not be lying by saying this project will stress me to the max, but in a good way..
~ I will be learning many new techniques that I have never done before, but if not now then when? So, I will continue on. I started with the easiest component and I will try to work my way up. One guess who this is for??
oh well, I am excited can you tell? Well wouldn’t you be?
Here she is at 30 weeks. I got the pleasure of going to her 4d ultrasound. The miracle of life it is really awe -inspiring.
~ if you crochet, then you must try the Tiramisu Baby Blanket from Alicia of Posie gets Cozy I just love this pattern! I used Lion Brand Organic Cotton I have to say I am very surprised how much I loved this cotton yarn. Really really nice yarn, I can’t say enough about it. It has a really nice feel to it. I used this ribbon from Farmhouse Fabrics . I think it is the perfect finish to a cozy little blanket.
I also want to mention this pasta I made for supper the other night~ (sorry for the blurry picture)
~ this recipe is from Heather of beauty that moves~ my gosh, it was so good. I have a really picky 6 year old and she ate 2 bowls full. All I can say is YUM! It was a hit! She also has an amazing giveaway going on right now.. go quick and check it out!
I have one more little bit to talk about…
A long while back I won a free episode of Bommerang from Blair of WiseCraft I’m so sorry it has taken me so long to talk about this.. We chose the episode of Jacques Costeau and it was just wonderful. We have had some major computer problems that resulted in a new motherboard~
but trust me it was so cool! You have a choice to either download to your computer or MP3 player, or you can purchase the CD. We went with the computer download, but after doing that I should have done the MP3 player. My daughter is 6 and she is a girl on the go. The cd would have been a good choice for us as well as she likes to listen to the NPR/Classical station when she goes to bed. (They share the same station.)
I love the format, it is presented by kids for kids. It is part humor, much education and really well done. Now that I am pretty sure our computer problems are behind us, I need to go get another episode. Thank you Blair! Please forgive my tardiness!
Wow, such a long post for me, thanks for hanging in there! See you soon!
Wow, long post, who knew I had so much to say, thanks for haning in there! See you next time!