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Sunday, November 30, 2008

What I Did on My 4-Day Weekend...

How could four days fly by so fast? I know. I say that a lot, don't I? It's normal for a regular weekend, but FOUR whole days? (Hmm...I also had 1/2 of a day on Wednesday, tho' frankly, I worked the afternoon at my client's office.)

Otherwise, as you know, I've been sewing:

I'm about half-way finished with the orders from the Home Shows at the beginning of the month, which is nothing short of amazing.
Two little girls are going to be exceedingly happy this Christmas, don't you think? I had a lot of fun making these Grace bags this weekend. (you can click on any of my photos and make them larger, and you'll want to do that with this one!)

I finished the second top-secret Christmas gift with fun fur that I was knitting, and have made progress on my Big Sis's sock.

Enjoyed a part of a Christmas movie this afternoon, too. (Lifetime is playing all Christmas movies, all the time - you know what? That does get me in the mood, far more than Christmas music does.)

This week will be busy at work, and we have our knit group's Christmas party, too.

I'll try to touch base here and there...have a great week!
(((Hugs)))

3 Comments:

Blogger Tiffany said...

Can't wait to hear about the Christmas party. Have a great week! This is my first week with my hubby back at work and me home alone with two kiddos! Should be interesting.

2:49 AM  
Blogger Knitting Linguist said...

You've been busy! The bags look great :) Have a wonderful week, and good luck getting everything done :)

12:06 PM  
Blogger Geraldine said...

Wishing you a great week too Sallee. The bags are adorable, great work as usual.

Hugs, G

7:58 PM  

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