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Saturday, December 20, 2008

Days of Christmas ...


8 maids-a-milking
Originally uploaded by Creative Kismet
Look at this shot... Creative Kismet took it at a holiday celebration and I love it!! It's so great... I mean where else can you get Eight Maids a Milking???
It should have been my Friday Foto, but I've been crazed.. I hope to get a few shots out tomorrow of what I've been working on but it seems the blogging Gods are against me when it comes to posting this month... I am one busy elf, I hope those guys are union because this gig is so not worth it!!

So, This whole first day of Christmas and all is so great, well for Miss T.
On the first day of Christmas Miss T got a box from New York and some new Sassy tubby toeeeyyss.. (ok no pears no rhyming)
On the Second day of Christmas Miss T got another Box, (no turtle doves) with a new outfit and a cute basket from Thomas (and Kate, and big daddy)
On the Third day of Christmas Miss T got a gift from our old New Yorker, transplanted, mismatched shoes and everything, it's a great book that plays lots of songs... Too Cute..
On the Fourth Day of Christmas Miss T got a visitor, our neighbor girl with a new rattle for lil Chickie...
Santie comes soon, so who knows what else we'll get. We go see Nee Nee tomorrow and I am sure we will come home with a book of some sort. :)

5 comments:

Z's Mom said...

I'm still laughing at that picture.


Ok, now you seriously have got me thinking about the song the 12 Days of Christmas.....Christmas is only 1 day!!! Wudup wit dat?

Susie said...

Very cute picture!!! Have a very Merry Christmas:-)

Susie said...

Very cute picture!!! Have a very Merry Christmas:-)

Jessica said...

That picture cracked me up when I saw it. Have a great holiday!

Jessica said...

I don't know if we all get the comments (I know I don't, but I think some 12 Square folks might have signed up to receive them)... Anyways, ironing is very important (to me) at least in quilting. It helps you line up and match up your squares really well. In quilting, you don't iron the seams open but rather iron the seams to one side or the other. By ironing in one direction or the other you create a really easy way to piece together the quilt (ie iron one square to the left and one square to the right)...when the squares are brought together the seams will meet up nice and close and the square will be perfect! I know that might sound kind of vague, but it works-really!! Of course, if you have any questions let me know and I'd be happy to help out. Be warned-its rather addicting....