Archive for christmas
I feel like I haven’t been here in forEVER. The days have been so full. At first, they were full of people to see and places to go. But lately, they’ve been full of a welcome lack of those things. In fact, right now I am enjoying just sitting still by the lit-up Christmas tree, […]continue reading "Remember me?"
I’ve had this on my to-do list for several years: re-cover some old Christmas pillows with festive Santa fabric. CHECK!continue reading "Pillow talk"
More images from Picture the Holidays and my Merriment Experiment. ‘Tis the season to post more photos than words…continue reading "More December Merriment"
Lots of pictures, and a few words, too: updates on my current photo projects.continue reading "December merriment"
Here’s a little peek at one of the gifts I’m working on this month, along with some thoughts on a gift I want to make but probably shouldn’t if I prize my sanity.continue reading "Maybe I’ll give her a box of yarn and a promise."
Photo-a-day prompts, and merrymaking activities. This is the stuff of December this year.continue reading "Making merry"
I’m doing a photo-a-day project in December. Maybe you’d like to do it, too? Get the details here.continue reading "Picture the Holidays"
Ok, so I totally have an urge to make waaaay more things this year than I can be realistically expected to finish. Lots of sweaters, in particular. Crazy.continue reading "With eyes bigger than my stomach"
This afternoon, I crossed some pretty big stuff of of my list, and I am celebrating by allowing myself to drop in here for a few moments of blog time. I have this great little widget on my WordPress dashboard that shows me what I posted around this time in previous years. Usually there are […]continue reading "History repeats itself"
The theme of this week’s last-minute gift-making spree appears to be “squares.” There are charm squares in the quilt top, and my grandmother’s granny squares in the pillows and nearly-finished table runner. Squares and vibrant colors. Wheeee! Neil nearly had another heart attack* when he walked in last night and saw all of that color […]continue reading "Squares"