Sunday, November 11, 2012

thank a vet...

Today is Veterans Day, Remembrance Day, and thanks to our Vets and currently serving men & women...we are safe.

When I saw this little girl on Mo Manning's 'Digital Pencil Too', I knew I had to get her and color her up. {ok, that was in JULY!} I bought her, printed her out and she was supposed to be for a 4th of July post. She just never made it to a card until yesterday. 

If she looks like she is missing something, like sewing...she is. I have combined and condensed so much of my supplies, I had to search for my corner rounder {found it}, remember where I stashed my Distress Ink {found that too}. I know my sewing machine is sitting safe inside my closet, but it is also behind my clothes drying rack that happens to be full of dry clothes. Life was much easier before Story {our golden retriever puppy} showed up. We now have 'safe zones'. My craft room has become the safe place to store your shoes and shirts that are in need of drying. lol

 Here is our Story this morning, @ 12 weeks.

I am working on some Christmas cards for my friends, so I need to get him occupied for a few, while I dig out my sewing machine.
:)

6 comments:

LindaH said...

Your first comment...am I genious or what! LOLOLOL!!!!

paula tracy williamson said...

haha, yes you are. I was thinking of some blips in the path of making this blog, that I may have messed something up. Thank GOSH you are off today!

Pauline said...

Oh so happy to see you posted something. Story is so adorable, what a beautiful pup he is.

Pauline said...

Oh so happy to see you posted something. Story is so adorable, what a beautiful pup he is.

Curt in Carmel said...

My gosh you have had a summer! I'm sorry about the loss of your dog, but happy for the new puppy. Story is ADORABLE. I'm also sorry to hear about your husband's cancer diagnosis. I hope things are going better for you and I hope you have a much more peaceful winter season. Best, Curt

Jayne said...

Hi Paula, so good to see some of your creativity on here today.....we've missed you! So sorry to hear of what you and your family have had to endure this summer. I truly hope things get easier for you all. Story is definitely a keeper, chewed socks, clothes and all!.