|A close-up of the doily before it's beaded.|
More good stuff... my hip continues to heal nicely. I'm about 3-1/2 months post-op, getting around with and without cane. (I do short hops without). I'm so looking forward to doing some gardening, just walking around in the yard being me. We're having unseasonably warm weather here in Omaha, so I may be out there sooner than I think. I picked up starter soil yesterday so I can get some seeds going indoors. Peppers to start, then whatever.... probably more baby mimosa trees, knowing me!
I've been working hard at getting organized to start selling a lot of my unused yarn on Listia, ebay, Etsy, etc. I need to destash and sell a whole lot of handmade jewelry!
VERY proud that my son John is starting college for a Welding degree the first of March. And I think I've said already my daughter Carianne is doing her graduate work in Counseling at UNO. Go kids!
|Here is my beautiful grandgirl Winnie, just hangin' out.|
|Koby with his beautiful soulful eyes, the|
way I want to remember him always. I am sure
he is like this again now at Rainbow Bridge.
I am taking Bailey to the vet this week to have him evaluated. He is suffering from arthritis and some stomach upset, and is 13 years old. I refuse to allow him to suffer. So we're going to determine what his status is.
Monty and Scrappy are doing fine, and I am posting a cute video of Monty to YouTube today. It features Monty in his nightly ritual of hiding Big Bone and putting him to bed. He is pretty hilarious doing this! I don't have the link yet but just look for it under Sheila Schnauzies.
|Scrappy and Monty snoozing back in '05. Wow have they changed!|
SueSue and Ladybug are having fun running the place along with their cohort Winnie, my granddog. I think everybody has cabin fever. I know I do!!
I guess the next thing I crochet will be some type of Valentine's project. The inspiration has not arrived yet, but I'm sure it will.
|Won a little crochet contest with this design in 2003.|
That's about all the news update from here. Hope everyone is busy doing something to combat the cabin fever!