It has been a lovely SNOW day here at Honey Hill Farm! We had a few inches overnight and awoke to a beautiful Colorado morning. Snow, blue skies and majestic mountains covered in white. Ahhhh.....
I had to run a few errands while Dearest was at school taking his woodworking class. Now, don't fret Dear Reader, the roads were just fine...they were actually dry as it warmed up nicely by mid-morning.
I was back in time to sit down with Dearest and have lunch. We made Sun-dried Tomato Chicken Wraps and chatted about his lessons. We have decided to attend the Woodworking Show being held this weekend. I cannot tell you how many craft shows this dear husband of mine has patiently attended...now it's my turn to let him enjoy his passion while I walk by his side.
Our youngest Darling is home for the weekend so that we can participate in a much anticipated event here in our little town.... the annual Civic Auction. All in all we will have 20 family members, so this year we had to reserve two tables. Our children have been attending since they were quite young and enjoy supporting this worthwhile charity event. One year I came home with a Model T go-cart...yes, a go-cart. Dearest never leaves my side when they start the auction....he is afraid, very afraid!
I am continuing to sew on the scrub tops and also have been working on a Christmas present for our Darling Girl. Of course, she reads my blog so I will have to post a picture after she has opened her gift on Christmas Day. I'll give you a hint...it is something Victorian....who would have guessed that?
I think, Dear Reader that I am ready to settle in for the evening. Dearest has stoked the fires and I have Gingerbread Spice Tea calling out to me. Maybe we will put in a DVD and put our feet up.
Miss Lila, thank you for taking the time to set up a blog just to leave me a comment. I am humbled and honored to be your friend!
Miss Gloria, the lace on my pantry shelves is crocheted (from JoAnn's) and I glued it on with hot glue. You can pull it off, pull off the strip of glue, wash the lace and put it back up. It doesn't ruin the paint (semi-gloss) at all.