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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Mutter,mutter, mumble,---oh, and maybe even swear a little!

I know I've been missing on the blog for a few days - no excuse, really.  I've been busily stitching away on the great secret project so can't show you anything about that anyway.  So, I just now scurried around and took a few pictures of things I CAN show you and, wouldn't you know it, now my camera is refusing to speak to my computer.  Or maybe it's the computer refusing to speak to the camera.  Either way, they aren't communicating and I have no earthly clue as to why. 

Yes, I've been doing things - we got the new piece of foam for a mattress for the cradle my dad made over 31 years ago for my kids, and I covered it with waterproof fabric.  I made a matching change pad because there was some excess fabric.  I made two fitted sheets for said cradle.  I was given some very interesting pieces of stamped embroidery that I would like to show you.  Alas, the pictures remain on my camera.


instead, I will show you this cute
picture I found on the internet...

Now, doesn't that make you feel good?

Today's quote is from C.S. Lewis.... "The future comes at sixty minutes an hour"


  1. I have great sympathy with these danged camera refusing to speak to computer problems. They haven't been introduced or something? such picky things.

  2. Awwwww.... This is so sweet!!!

  3. Gotta smile at that cute kitty.

  4. Yep, its a feel good pic, but I like your banner better!!

    Have a great day.

  5. Busy, busy! The photo is cute but makes me sad in a way. I have always thought babies should be held while having their bottles. I hate to see a baby in a seat holding their own bottle...Babies are not babies very long and holding them while they take a bottle is special time.
    So, I am thinking someone should be holding that sweet kitten! LOL

  6. dratted technology!

  7. I hope you can mediate between your camera and computer. 'til then, happy secret stitching!


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