Saturday, November 26, 2011

Just Doing the Week-End Thing

Yesterday afternoon I enjoyed some lovely snuggle-nap time with Cordelia.  This is the photo I sent to her parents via phone while they were on their date.  She was fast asleep in my arms and I was loving it.  Bode kind of broke the mood by throwing up 5 times, but other than that it was lovely.

This morning I spent a couple of hours at Curves.  The manager had asked me to come in to set up some of our Wyoming Rose stuff.  They were just open 2 1/2 hours but we had some pretty good sales so I was quite happy.

Now I am home.  I am cozy in my recliner about to do some more speed-crocheting.  No deep thoughts from me today.
I don't think Saturdays were ever meant for deep thoughts anyway. 

How's your week-end going?

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Pam Brewer said...

Just spent some awesome time with my son, David. Played WordWelder for a few hours then went to a Thai Restaurant for lunch.

Victoria said...

Recovery for me and Cope..glad to be back in MY cozy recliner with my pups in Sunny New Mexico.

Maria Rose said...

Glad to be spending a day off with Eric.

EJN said...

Speed crocheting - You are awesome! just say'in.
My weekend has flown by. Tonight we'll celebrate Advent with our Wreath, Hot Cocoa and Popcorn -sweet and easy. This is the first Christmas we haven't had our tree up by Advent Sunday, ummm, maybe we'll put it up by the end of our Advent evening (or maybe not) -I'm giving myself a little room to breathe if need be! =o]

BTW -I love the H,h scripture - that is the scripture for my daughter's high school, so it holds a lot of meaning and memories for us.

Have a wonderful first week of Christmas!

Emily said...

Those eyelashes on that sweet girl are amazing! Glad you had a relaxing day!

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