Tuesday, February 15, 2011


Abbie at work, multi-tasking. She's deciding on which option. Doggie treat 1, 2 or 3?


Still trying my hand at yoga and so far can see the therapeutic benefits from it. The stretching really feels good. My mantra is Serandipity. Let it go.

My options for this week are here:

Stitching present project?
stitching new project for the lucky Irish design this morning?
focusing on the house and sewing panels for kitchen cabinets?

Need to do all of the above. Also getting an early start on cleaning out and donating some linens and things. Must be the touch of warm weather this week.  :)

  I have just finished designing a new one for St. Patrick's and can't wait to start that one. I stitched a bit last night after a wonderful cooked dinner by hubbie of Steaks and potato. They were GOOD steaks too! Also got some beautiful flowers yesterday which made my Irish smile a little brighter.

This morning slept late to catch up on some Z's and methinks I should get busy checking off some of my to-do list of things in my journal book.

We are having milder weather here in North Georgia this week and I'm lovin' it!
I noticed this morning that the daffodils are popping up in the yard, always a promise of Spring.

Another promise is a giveaway soon. I just received it in the mail late yesterday so pics to follow.......stay tuned. I think you will like this one!

Stay tuned, stay safe, and till later,


  1. I'm feeling the spring fever too!!

  2. Hi Jennifer,
    I want to thank you for visiting my blog and such a nice comment.
    I am amazed at how every now and then I'll get a comment that someone just found my blog...my goodness there are so many wonderful ones out there we'd be on the computer forever wouldn't we.

    I'm enjoyoing your blog - and will become a follower when I sign off here.

    How nice of your husband to cook such a wonderfully delicious meal - it's one my husband can cook!

    Glad you are getting some Spring - it's gorgeous up here in Wisconsin too but don't know how long that will last.

    Come visit me again - I just made a new post a few minutes ago.

    Hugs, Karen

  3. Can't wait for spring as well!
    Sounds like a lovely dinner.

  4. The photo of Abbie is so darn cute! Dinner sounds delicious.

  5. I haven't had a chance to thank you for all the little free charts you've had recently. You share some of the cutest things. I hope your eyes are doing ok. You haven't mentioned them lately, but I'm still keeping the good thoughts coming your way.

  6. Thank you to all and Donna prayers are helping alot. Of course the damage to the optic nerve is irreverible but the medication I will have to use the rest of my life is adjusting now. At first had alot of irritation but now just put those medicines in my eyes. I do get tired some as a side effect of it but no complaints here......glad I can see.
    I go back to the eye doc in 1 month for more tests.

    Take care and glad to visit with ya!


  7. Such an adorable baby you have! She reminds me of my little Yorkie, Holly, who adores her dog treats.

    I've had Spring fever, too, and the wanting to organize and clean.

    Really enjoy your blog! Hope you got some stitching done!

    God bless you - Julie

  8. Abbie is just the CUTEST of all cuties!!!!! *Ü*


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