Conversation on the way to church:
7 year old son: Mom, how does a baby get in your tummy?
9 year old daughter: Do you just……kiss or something?
7 year old son: Do you just pray and ask God for a baby?
Mom: Yes, that’s exactly what you do!
Dodged that one!
Honey at his finest:
I have an entire photo album of crazy photos of that man!
My Medallion Travel Bag. This is what I made this thing for? Excuse me!
That dog will ride around in the bottom of the bag forever. She loves it. And yes, that is a Santa hat in February. Thanks for asking.
My 1st grader (the one that prays and asks for babies!) came home last week with an assignment. It’s the 100th day of school on Thursday. He’s supposed to bring a project to school with 100 things. It’s supposed to be something we do together as a family. Yeah! Let the fighting begin. So do we stick 100 suckers in a styrofoam wreath? No! I’m too stupid for that. I suggest that we make a quilt with 100 pieces. I’d purchased a kit on ebay several years ago. It’s an I Spy food quilt. That was last Tuesday. I promptly forgot about it. Fast forward to Monday evening. “Mom, when are we going to make my quilt?” Uh, how about right NOW! So last night I made 4 patches.
And tonight he sewed the four patches to the bigger squares. I can’t even tell you how cute he was. He was just giddy! At one point, he looked at me and said, “Mom, I gotta tell ya. This sewing is fun!” He sewed all the squares into rows and I sewed the rows together. We have 100 pieces done. We’ll finish the quilt in a few weeks.
Maybe I’m not so stupid, after all! Edit: I just looked at the photo, and we have a couple of squares in backward. Yep! Maybe I am stupid after all!
Yes, I am stupid. My Koigu shawl is over 700 stitches. There’s no way it’s going to be done by Friday.
It’s not that bright (I don’t think).
Oh, and I went in and got my gray hair covered up. Now that’s a good day!
I’ll be back soon with more WIPs. Three more posts should do it.
Chaos Reigns Supreme!