I have not posted in ages... been either terribly tired from working 50+ hour work weeks and being tired at night, OR worrying with all the snow we had! which makes me sluggish... OR the past week my eldest granddaughter is here, dogsitting for my daughter, and I am spending time with her as much as possible in the evenings--lots of stuff keeping me tired and/or otherwise occupied! And I have barely stitched... But.....
It's going to be my birthday soon--the 8th, so...let's have another Giveaway to celebrate! Again, the FIRST FOLLOWER to answer the riddle correctly will win! And win what, you say? Well, I will stitch and finish something special for that person, plus whatever suits my fancy to put in the giveaway, such as patterns/charts, or notions, or...you get the idea. So, without further ado... here comes the next riddle: What kind of bow can't be tied? Do try to figure it out, and not look it up. Stretch your brains, enjoy it... This riddle is courtesy of my eldest granddaughter visiting us...
Tomorrow I will probably get some stitching time in, because my eldest daughter is coming to spend the weekend with me, and then bring home HER eldest!
I am so excited--my youngest daughter bought me two tickets to see Sandi Patty on my birthday! She is coming to a very close, local church, and I am going! The second ticket is for my eldest daughter to join me! Both my daughters used to sing her songs at church, and it is going to be such a treat to hear the real deal! My girls could sing so beautifully... I wish I had record of it!
Here are some pictures of last week's snow (the week before was 'only' about 3-4 inches. THIS was 10+ inches! BOTH times the neighborhoods were NOT cleared and the streets were ice as it melted then froze again!
What greeted me when I woke up Wednesday! Piled against the door, and you can't even see where the walkway ends, the grass begins, and where the brick flower boxes are!
There is my van, covered in snow and surrounded by snow!
Again, the front yard to the right... pristine snow...it WAS very pretty!
And you really couldn't see where the street began and the curbs ended... not so good!
Some of you in the northern states probably think this is nothing, but for THIS area... it was a BIG thing!
Thanks for visiting!