My oldest granddaughter is four years old today. I will be decorating her cake later this morning, with a Tangled theme. Her baby quilt was a pink scrappy Drunkard's Path pattern called Positively Charmed by Jan Bretzel. The border has hearts and flowers machine appliqued around the border. The pattern...
I just returned from visiting with my daughter and son-in-law. More importantly, I visited with my two, dear granddaughters. The almost three week old was wide-eyed when I arrived, lying on Daddy's chest. Grandpa held her for awhile, but she got to fussing. So, Grandma took her and she soon fell...
I am sitting at my computer with the sun streaming through the upstairs window. The sunlight is decieving, though, with a crispness in the air. Flowers are peeking out of my beds, rushing Spring along. I suspect that we will have more snow and frost before it finally arrives - as the adage goes, when...
Modern Sunbonnet Sue's Musings
Sun, Mar 11 2012
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