We took a holiday from school because of Dad's new job promotion and here is a photographic account of where the day has taken us.
We started off at JoAnn's for their sale . . . . .
. . and got some fabric to make a few things for my granddaughter (the adorable butterflies will be a dress with a pink band at the bottom and a matching hat with pink lining, the green floral will be a dress with matching hat, with the green stripe for the lining, and the blue will be a tiered skirt with the light blue as a tiered top! see patterns below) . . . .
. . . . and they had patterns on sale, too! I might have been able to resist but they were only 99 cents!! You know, of course, of my weakness.
And - while we were over at that side of town, we might as well stop in at a few of the thrift shops and see if there's anything new!
I was soooooo happy to find a lovely pitcher and large covered candy dish to add to my collection. What a treat! I was also able to find a small cruet with stopper, a tumbler, and a relish tray. All had for under $15 total!!
Then went home for lunch and chores.
Son is replanting some of our garden - cucumbers, tomatoes and eggplants, I think.
And daughter came outside to finish the little counted cross stitch she started yesterday.
It's so sweet -- both of her brothers have commented on what a great job she's doing. This is her first time doing counted cross stitch and after I helped her how to find the middle and count outward, she did the rest totally on her own. She's very pleased and ready to tackle something a little bigger!
Our dog-girl wanted a picture,too! She's a Corgi-mix that we were thrilled to find at the animal shelter last year as a second dog & companion for our little dog-boy, who is a Russell Terrier/Dachsund mix (another shelter find!)
That's it. The rest of the day will be spent ironing and in cleaning up my kitchen table - AGAIN!