I am ecstatic to say that I have a new great grand daughter! She was born at 35 weeks gestation due to my grand daughter having some medical issues, but both of them are fine and healthy! I am so happy to report!
I have been busy sewing things for our new baby despite the fact that she is far away. Because she was early, I set to work sewing some preemie clothes and mailed them off to mom. But now I am sewing the next size up, zero to three months.
Here is one of the little outfits I have made for her. It is a pair of pajamas and a hair band with a tulle bow with a little stuffie made from the fabric. It is 100 percent cotton.
I am looking forward to seeing her in her outfit at Thanksgiving!
Until Next Time!
I f you have been reading my blog for long, you already know that I have taught a few of my family how to can food here, and here, and here. This particular assistant has been my helper on the fringes, tasting, commenting, and watching. He finally decided that it might actually be fun to try canning himself. Here he is doing his fist actual canning (with a lot of help from his mentor). What is he canning? Pinto beans.
I’m back! The wrist is healing. I am so happy to say that I can finally type again, not to mention actually work my camera. Having my dominant hand in a splint has been trying to say the least! Especially since my left hand is pretty much disabled from a previous broken arm. Although my wrist still hurts in some positions and tires easily, I have rejected the splint for the most part and am trying to get back to my normal activities.
Last week we went on a little trip to the place we were married almost 45 years ago: Las Vegas. Read the rest of this entry »