Thursday, 24 December 2009

Christmas Eve


First of all id like to say Merry Christmas to you all i have not forgotten about you.
Thankfully all the shopping is done so now I can sit back, relax and stitch. I'm still sewing my hexagons and the great news its growing. I went to see my mum and dad last week which took about two hours to get there on the motorway. I took my hexagons coat idea to show mum and she was impressed how the hexagons are growing. my dad was in bed with a really bad cold but i think i cheered him up taking along some home made wine and loads of home made biscuits. Ive posted a picture of me and mum gee I miss my mum but hopefully when the weather behaves itself with all the snow and the ice out of the way Ill be able to make another trip up there. I missed not being able to get to one of my friends quilt shop to see Trish as she always has some fabulous materials there.
Alice is alot better after a scare of being really sick for a few days. As Alice had been sick for quite a few days she got dehydrated so had to go to the vets and have a fluid drip for several hours. Thankfully Alice is home now and just non stop sleeping I'm just so happy to have her home, she keeps getting lots of extra kisses and cuddles from me, Alice is fourteen now bless her.
Santa didnt bring me my dream Bernina sewing machine (sigh,,Im so disapointed!!) so Im going to have to work very hard over the next few months doing paintings and quilts to sell.

4 comments:

Beena said...

Merry Christmas Faith!

Glad you got to see your parents for a visit! I wish someone would bring me wine and biscuits! Your hexagons are looking great, and can't wait to see more of them in the days ahead.

Glad Alice is feeling better.

Hope you and Jim have some holiday fun together!

Chris said...

Merry Christmas Faith!

Mama Spark said...

Merry Christmas to you too Faith! What a wonderful photo of you and your mum!! She is a beautiful woman and I can see where you get your good looks from!

kanishk said...

Love the heart and your dot stitching, very whimsical!

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