When I first started this post, I had to look at the date...I did NOT realize today was FRIDAY!!!!! WOW
How about this for throw back? lol Was this 1986 or 1987?? Dang, HOW old was I? LOL
Ok, back to this week. PAST BUSY! Between my sessions, going back and forth to see my MIL in the hospital, trying to do everything else that needs to be done...I am TIRED! LOL Not to mention my mom's birthday is tomorrow and I have a couple sessions this weekend! LOL I love it!
This post will be all over the place lol. First, my latest favorite LO:
Love, love, love, love, LOVE this LO of Tony!!! LOL
PP: Scenic Route (MY FAVORITE LINE EVAH!!!! I am ALMOST out of it!!!! OH THE HORROR)
Creative Cafe calendar thingy lol and tab
7gyspies arrows and tape
HS: Ghost Arrows
American Craft Chipboard circle frame
Now, for some rambling...when I find something I just love, love, love lol. I tell you guys about it. This has to be THE best Shea Butter I have EVER had my hands on!!! I LOVE this stuff:
You can check it out HERE. INSANE I tell you!!!! I LOVE this stuff. Ok, I think I've said that.
Next on my LOVE, LOVE, LOVE list, is a drink my mom told me about...
OMG, this stuff is SO GOOD!!!!!! Totally addictive! HERE is their website. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good. I wish I could buy it by the case!!!
If you guys don't have THIS BOOK:
You are REALLY missing out! I've had it for a while now and the kids and I have all kinds of pages bookmarked!!! We are going to try out a couple this weekend, well that is the plan lol.
Yesterday I went to this "class" at Hancock. Now, it was said that we would learn all kinds of new techniques never before seen by the home sewing public. Hmmmm. Ok. For $7.00...I'm game. I was so there. NOW, the main focus of the class was the Lutterloh System. Now I have NEVER heard of this, so when the guy started going over the specifics, I was intrigued. VERY. Now it was very, very interesting to see him use this system, but not interesting enough for me to buy it lol. I don't have fitting issues. I can pretty much sew straight out of the pattern envelope with little to no adjustments. So while this wasn't for me, it certainly was interesting.
He also talked about some of the tools we use commonly while sewing and how to get better use out of them. To me the last 30 minutes was well worth it. But I am still a beginner and don't know all the tips and tricks.
I had to check Kayla out of school to get her ready to take some pictures yesterday...Here she is before we left the house:
*sigh* she is such a diva. Y'all just don't know! LOL
I had to snap one while she was getting her pic made :-)
She loves the camera!!! LOL
I have been doing a lot of reading. I put a goodreads widget on my sidebar. It has the reviews of the books I have already read. Right now I am reading The Killer's Wife, and it is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good! I'm almost finished with it.
Ok, that is all I have today. Hope you guys have a fab weekend!!