Monday, December 22, 2008

Christmas is a Comin'


The blogs are starting to slow down and get quite now with everyone spending more time with family around the house in preparation of the holidays!

This is the Holiday Stitching Journal I made to use for my year of Christmas stitching. I also made a journal for my 2009 stitches and one for Special Stitches (quilts, gifts, ect). Who knows, someday a person may pick up this book at a yard sale! My work and the work of others will live on no matter what through these journal.

We went to see my parents yesterday for our holiday get together and it was very nice because for the first time in years all the kids were able to show up at the same time. Me, my stepsister, two stepbrothers and all the spouses! This hasn't happened in at least 15 years or more.

Wow! Once again I was bowled over by the responses for my birthday give-a-way! I wish I had enough to send something to everyone but there can only be one winner and it is Karen! Karen, please contact me as I need a mailing address so I can send you surprise pack out this week!

The Mouse
Long ago there lived a mouse in the forest. The mouse was very clever and was able to hide from a sly fox that was always trying to catch him. One day the fox was very close and the mouse knew he could not run away so he decided to hide in a Douglas-Fir cone. Unfortunately, the cone was too small. That is why - even today – you can still see the hind legs and the tail of the mouse sticking out from the Douglas-Fir cone!

5 comments:

Karen said...

I have been meaning to tell you how much I love that song your blog plays....I have it on CD by KT Oslin and Barry Manilow.....cute song!

KP

mainely stitching said...

Whoo, hoo to Karen! :D

Wishing you a very merry Christmas!!

Shelleen said...

Your the 2nd person who is doing a stitching journal and I love the idea. For many years I just kept writing on notepaper in a Trapper Keeper. I think I will have to go out and buy a journal and make the cover pretty.

Addicted to crafts said...

Lovely blog with beautiful stitching.
Happy holidays.

Road Trip With Ruby said...

Greetings! I love, love, love your stitching journal. I may take your lead and make one for 2009.