Here's Witchy Washy by Raise The Roof Designs. This has been such a joy to stitch.
My Cirque des Cercles update is here, if you dare to take a look, hehe! I have only stitched a little since the last time I post of it.
As for having Baby Feet framed, I ususally do my own framing. I am the proud owner of a miter saw. I love to paint my own frames and it is so much cheaper. I forgot to mention that I had a letter which I wrote to Brianna and had it put in the back, so if she ever rips it apart, she will find it, and hope she cherishes one day. I didnt tell anyone, so HUSH is the word,lol.
There is so much rain and flooding here. I will post pics the next post of what it looks like in my backyard. we do have a creek behind us, but hopefully will never reach us. Kellie had her first full day of school yesterday, so I thought I would go down to our local firehouse and help with sand bagging, until I saw there was a group with orange jumpers, lol. I kinda of changed my mind and hoped they all had it under control. I hope the sand bags worked to keep the flooding waters out of their homes. Alot of people packed up their kids and pets to stay at a safer home. While they stayed to do anything to save their homes. My prayers are with all through out the states in similar incidents.
I will leave you now again with pics of my favorite grandbaby. Heather has been trying to feed Brianna with a bottle, but not to successful just yet. She has to get that breathing, sucking and swallowing thing down yet. But the due date was Oct. so she still has awhile to work on it. Heather was so excited to give Brianna her first bath yesterday. I wasn't there to get pics, but she has some. I thought last week I was coming down with a cold virus and stayed away, but I guess it was allergies. Now I have poison ivy/oak again. Well, without further ado here she is
Well enough for now, I am off to read a few, just a few, lol, blogs then off to stitch abit.
Have a great week and stay dry for all those that are soaked.