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Thursday, December 23

On the Eve of Christmas Eve...

After several days of go-go-go, today is a stay-in day...
I'm puttering, working on these:
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These are going to be THESE, fabulous, EASY felt bows that fellow crafty mama Melinda K. linked on Facebook (Thanks, Melinda!!)

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(no finished pic yet, sorry!! But they're on their way to completion!)

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And Noah is working on this:
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Play-Doh, felt scraps, and New Mai... And LOTS of imagination!


It's been a good day, so far. And I'm still in my jammies, so THERE. Ha! 
Also, I must report that I am improving a LOT, painwise. I still have tough mornings as I get this ol' body moving... and by the end of the day, it shuts down completely again... But in the middle, I almost feel like my normal self, functionality wise. What a blessing!! I am grateful for improvement. 

Hope you all are getting some down time in the next day or two as well--- we all need "stay-in" days, afternoons, hours.... Take some for yourself! 

Merry Christmas, if I don't check in before then!

5 comments:

  1. Love those little bows. I may have to make a few today.

    Finley and Noah think alike because she was just yesterday sticking a bunch of playdoh all over her trains.

    Gad you are starting to feel better.

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  2. Merry Christmas! I thought about you the other day b/c my doctor put me on partial bedrest (half days), and I thought about how it was so incredibly frustrating to you to not be able to take care of Noah the way you had wanted. So I feel your pain! Merry Christmas...here's to a fabulous 2011!

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  3. cant wait to see your finished bows!

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  4. Glad you're feeling better, Emily. Merry Christmas to you and yours! Linda

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  5. Oh goodness, I adore those bows! Merry Christmas Emily & family!!

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