Thursday, November 27, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
I will be listing this snowman rug today on Ebay. It is hooked and designed by me.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Gus had his game day collar on. He is very camera shy, so I got this picture when he was sleeping.
This is Lindsay's freshman year at The Ohio State University. The BIG football game between OSU and Michigan is today. It is a tradition that everyone jumps in Mirror Lake the Thursday night before the game. Of course my girl jumped in and went under~twice!! It was in the 20's and snowing in Columbus, Ohio. Lindsay and her friends weren't arrested. LOL!! She's the one on the left in the pictures. Go Bucks!!
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
I had posted a picture of this rug a couple posts back. It was on Ebay. I had a question from someone asking if I could change the year from 1841 to 1849. She said that she was from Loudonville and bought the Nelson Beem cabin on Pine Run Road. I asked her who she was and I knew who she is. My son is very good friends with her daughter. In fact my son is going to be in her daughter's wedding in April. What a small world.
Anyways, the next day she asked me if I could change the house into a cabin. First I said no then I thought why not. LOL! So here is the edited version.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Yesterday I went to the Simple goods Show in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. There were so many people there. I bought this, it lights up. I'm going to put pine around it, haven't decided where to put it yet. I ran into Bobbie from Michigan. I saw her there last year, she's in BlestB and PRHG. I saw Kaye from PRHG. Kaye's famous now LOL!! Her house was featured in the Rug Hooking Celebrations Magazine. It was nice seeing them.
I also bought some dried oranges, gourds, pomegranates and a couple candles. I'm going to make garlands. Still need to go outside and collect Black Walnuts to put in the garlands.
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
There are alot of oaks on our land. All the pine trees were planted by my husband's grandparents. It is so nice to look out and see green in the winter. Most of the other leaves have fallen. I've always wanted to build a house here. But we will leave it just like it is.
This is the last cutting of hay.