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Monday, December 26, 2011

Christiane and her children...

Here are the recipients of the Mother-Daughter aprons I made this year. Such beautiful people. I am blessed to know them. I am confident that Nick didn't want an apron. Hope he got all he wished for at Christmas. A very nice young man.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Just Stuff!!!

I have neglected this blog for the last few weeks, being as busy as a Bee!! I made matching aprons for a very sweet lady and her 2 year old daughter!! Friends of my daughter!! Here is a picture!! I almost wish I had made them for my daughter and her new to be baby daughter. I do however have lots of time to do something special for them as well.

I missed out on the last swap for 2011, not really having any available time to jump in and get overwhelmed!! Looks like it was a great swap!! I have spent the last hour trying to get this post done, but the phone just keeps me busy!! Joe yelled upstairs to me to get off sometime soon, so he could make a call. I was talking to my Mother...It didn't set well with her!!

My neighbors and I are going to Downtown Chicago for a seasonal drink at the Signature Room on the 95th Floor of the John Hancock Building, then off to the Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinders Company for Dinner. I am the designated driver, so pop for me!!! Signing off to go and get dressed...Later!!!

Oh yes... Merry Christmas to All!!!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Just Too Busy!!

Is everyone as busy as me? I just don't have enough hours in the day to finish what I need to get done. I am having a cookie exchange next Wednesday. I have to bake 8 dozen cookies that look like they took forever to make, and enough house work to last until x-mas. I probably won't get any sleep for the next week. I need a maid...

This past Tuesday, Joe and I drove to Milwaukee to babysit Little Joseph!!! Yeah!! Traffic was horrible, but is managed knowing we would soon be holding this little bundle of joy. Joseph is the perfect baby... Eats well and sleeps alot. I could hold him all day...I probably would if he was my son.

This past Monday evening was the Opening of my Christmas Tree display called the "Festival of Lights", for the Lansing Historical Society. 45 students from the Memorial Junior High School Choir sang songs while little visitors sat on Santa's lap. There were 22 trees decorated by volunteers, representing 22 different Countries, local clubs and organizations. I have been blessed during my time as Curator of this Museum with lots of help from voluneers! They are the backbone to my success! Thank you to all of you!!...You know who you are!! Just too many to list!!

Okay, it is time to clean my house. Pick up clutter and get my act together!!

Talk to you all later!!!!!!