Thursday, March 8, 2012

Winner

Boy I don't know where my head was the other day when I drew the winner of my give away. I email her for her snail mail and then started reading blogs and then on to something else and completely forgot to do my post. So this morning first things first before I started play on this darn computer - getting this post out there.
Names in my Grandmothers old serving dish


Congratulations Lesleyanne ! she has already sent me her snail mail and I will be making a trip to the post office sometime today.

I have been doing some stitching but can't show anything yet as they are gifts so in a later post I will update you on these pieces.

Life this week has been a little busy. On Monday they started building DH's new shop here on the farm. And it looks like its going to be quite large.



There are 3 guys that are working on it and my sweet husband volunteered me to fix them there noon meal for them. Wasn't that nice of him (not). But I put on my happy face serve them up. I hate tring to decided what to make for supper everynight and now planning a noon meal also. I feel like all I am doing is cooking and doing dishes (I don't have a dish washer - my choice). And I will be glad for these next 2 weeks to be up. Maybe then I will start talking to DH again. hehehe.

Tuesday night we had our Township Board meeting, so monday & tuesday was spend getting there check book and end of year papers in order. Tonight is Catholic Daughters meeting and I am the Financial Secretary so I got  the papers in order for that. So not much stitching time
 this week.

And again today and tomorrow I have my granddaughter during the day while her parents are at work. And she is now demanding my attention.
Until next time
Happy Stitching
Denise




4 comments:

lesli said...

Congratulations, Lesleyanne!
I would have made PB&Js for the workers! :) Can't wait to see the stitchy gifts you're working on!

SoCal Debbie said...

Congratulations to Lesleyanne! Laughing at Lesli's suggestion of PB&J. I would have made turkey and ham sandwiches. That's a lot of lunches for two weeks! Wow!

Lesleyanne said...

Woohoo - thank you for pulling my name out. I hope you are talking to your husband now. I would have made sandwiches too. I hope you get more time to stitch soon.

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

congrats to the winner. Looks like a huge building project - good luck with the lunches!

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