Sunday, October 4, 2015

In the Eye of the Storm

Doing better around here..
But,  I have not sewn in days...
.Just got this picture in from Oak Island.
Muggs chillin' under her sailboat quilt...
Gotta love it.
Last night before with the program and organized my oranges:)
Many an organization needed before I sleep....

Cousin Ann is coming in Wednesday night from London...
via Kansas and the Missouri Star
Surely that is the shortest route!!!!
We have big plans to celebrate her 50th, cannot wait.

Kids went to the Karate Halloween trunk or treat party tonight.
Sooo much fun.   They took their mother and my sister.
I am
  Evan and his best friend dressed alike for the Karate Halloween party!!
My loyal and dependable sister has, once again, taken Dylan for the night.
Lucky me slept in, therefore.
I found Lynsey plugged in on the IPad watching a video on how to make cookies.
She thinks that that frosting will be better than what I make...
Oh, Lynsey.....

 My girl was in the Killarney race with her sisters-in-law...for a third she went on Saturday...
Can you believe she would like this better than sewing??
Killarney race

Last night I was getting shaky as the night hour of course I got on Equilter sales to calm myself
Be so proud...I did not push buy:)

The best wedding ever
Of course I cried..I used to have this kind of love....
Mr. O'Quilts' roses at  night.
 The children are supposed to meet up for a visitation with their father today at McDonalds.
Keeping my fingers crossed that it goes well.
Stephanie said that she was coming with me.
She said that I needed someone from the "hood".
Whatever Stephanie!!!!!!!!
Love surrounds.


Rachaeldaisy said...

I hope all goes well with the visit. Yay for cousin Ann coming to visit. I love the action photo of mugs quilt. Seeing someone under a quilt we've made is the best feeling!

smazoochie said...

I'm relieved to hear from you,mwah worried about you all in the storm.
Your daughter is a super woman! I wish I had the strength to do a competition like that -- and such a beautiful setting.
I hope the visit goes well -- fingers crossed.
Of course you cried! I cried! What a beautiful wedding. I know you mourn your man every second with all that is you. But how lucky you were to have known that love, so many won't. Sending you a big hug.

smazoochie said...

Not "mwah worried" -- "I was worried"

Mystic Quilter said...

So pleased to read that you are doing better. Hope the visit to you son goes well and good that you are not having to go alone.
Congratulations on NOT pressing the buy button on eQuilter - but makes me feel bad for visiting Glorious Colour and Hawthorne threads over the weekend and I DID buy!