Thursday, December 22, 2011

Merry, Happy, Busy

I saw this cute fat kitty somewhere last month.  Sorry I really don't remember where.  Anyway I bought the pattern and thought I would make some for our girls.  This one is the only one I got made.  And if you look, you'll see why I don't do a lot of embroidery.  I'm not good at it.  At all. 

But, it's still cute, and on Saturday, it will go to live with our granddaughter.  We're celebrating Christmas early at our son's house (Yay! I don't have to cook!)  Nikki just had her twenty-first birthday this week.  Totally unbelievable.  She was like another daughter when she was younger.  Her mom (the best daughter in law in the world) works and Nikki stayed with us until she went to school, and then after school for many years.   There are not that many years between her and Ru and Mary, so they were more like sisters than aunts and niece.

Beneath Mr. Kitty are some blocks I'm working on for a new quilt.

Hopefully I (and you) will get all our doings done in time for Christmas.

You can see that Bruno really feels the pressure.  LOL!

I don't think I'll post again till after Christmas, so for now I wish you the very best Christmas EVER!  You are precious to me and to the Lord.

Hugs and kisses and love,


Karen said...

I think Fat Kitty looks great and will be enjoyed and appreciated.

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I bet Bruno is hoping you get done and have time to play soon. It is crunch time for sure. Merry Christmas.

Annie said...

Didn't know Santa was a quilter - love that pic.

Melanie said...

Santa is definitely a quilter-- love the photo. Merry Christmas to your entire family.

Nanette Merrill said...

Have a fabulous Christmas. Glad you are with family, so nice. Love the Bruno photo. And the kitty is fun!!

Margaret said...

Fat Kitty , looks very cuddlesome, and embroidery grows on you, you are doing well. It is Christmas Eve here so this time tomorrow night we will be saying " no tea for me or if there is a bit of cold turkey I might have a sandwich " Have a glorious blessed Christmas,