Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
You know she loves her Valentine's day balloon when you find her sleeping like this.
We're kind of in a holding pattern right now around here. Nothing new to report and not much sewing or extra therapies going on. I've got a freelance web design gig I'm working on in my spare time but I'm starting to feel pretty boring. Hopefully more to report in a couple of weeks. I'm a couple of months (shhhh!) behind in my quilt bee blocks so I'm hoping to finish up the batch next week.
Posted by Shannon at 6:39 PM
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
The family is slowly on the mend. Jeff also ended up coming down with this nasty cough/cold combo and it has really knocked him one. Pairing that with an insane work schedule right now as he gets ready to launch his company's new site, he is tired and ready for a three day weekend. The girls still have an occasional deep cough and the incessant runny noses but are both both to regularly scheduled school and therapy sessions.
Not much new to report around here, though. I've been sewing like crazy for an online quilting bee that I am participating in. How it works is the lady or ladies of the month send out their fabric and "directions" to a group of ladies and we all sew one 12x12 inch block and mail it back. Here are my two newest blocks.
In other news, I'm slowly redesiging a new masthead for this site. I'm really loving drawing and hand lettering again so expect to see more of that around here as well.
Posted by Shannon at 3:31 PM
Monday, February 02, 2009
Darsie woke up with an ear infection this morning and we've all been a bit fuzzy off and on for the last couple of weeks. So, I found these photos we took of ourselves from a couple weekends ago. I guess we can just point to Elise and say "she started it". I don't know why we all needed to wear "the hat", but we did. I also don't understand how the girls can look CUTE with a bowl on their heads and Jeff and I both look like world-class doofuses. Oh well, it is a BOWL. It must have been the homemade caramel corn that made us so silly. That's my excuse at least and I'm sticking to it.
Posted by Shannon at 2:00 PM