I just hate it when I have to take these little blog breaks.
I could spend all day writing and reading blogs...
and never tire of it!
I have been getting alot accomplished though.
Besides the boring stuff, like medical calls and house cleaning,
I have re-organized my Creation Station...
and I am ready to pump out the quilts!
In fact, I started on my H2H quilt..FINALLY.
(I wonder if I am the last one?)
I will probably be back in a day or two.
I need to give the house a bit of attention
before I can go back to blogging full time.
(I wonder if I can make money for being a full time blogger?)
Next week I begin talking about our
"Learn Along with Hillbilly: Paper Piecing"
Yay! Get your WIP's all caught up....
get your machine cleaned up....
dust off your printer and make sure it has ink!
I'll leave you with a couple of fun photos.
Several of you have asked about my kids...
let me see if I can straighten things up a bit.
My oldest is Amy.
She is 21...and her and I are not much alike at all.
(But she got my eyes!)
Seth is next. He's 13 and writes the herbal posts here on my blog.
He is very much like me in many ways.
Stephen is 18 months old now.
He writes his adventure posts.
We print his adventures in a blog book at the end of the year.
I rarely get all three kids together in one place,
(Amy is on her own and works for Hallmark Cards,
and Seth is always on the go like any teenager)
but we ate out for Father's Day last weekend,
so I snapped a quick photo.
(LOOK---they all three have blue eyes just like their momma)
My husband is gonna kill me for this but I snapped a photo of him too.
We have taken all bread, sugar, potatoes, corn,
well anything that is yummy out of our diet.
So this Father's Day Chicken sandwich was a rare treat.
Seth had a banquet at church a while back and had to dress up.
He insisted that he needed a fedora.
I guess Stephen insisted on it too.