Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Blah blah blah
I no longer anticipate a finish by the end of the week, but we'll see! I still can't figure out what else to start, I'm mired in indecision. I'd like to tell myself I can only choose from that big list I showed on this blog in January(/http://stitchesnstones2.blogspot.com/2006/01/2006-goals_16.html) but with all the Nashville new releases I really need to include some of those as well!!
Dogs are doing well, Watty's eye looks a little red which worries me but we are keeping up with drops and ointments every 1/2 hour or so like the vet said, and there is nothing else we can do!
I volunteered to give blood today, maybe to reward myself I can play stash tonight! I need to log my new charts into my spreadsheet and maybe even start organizing all the leaflets...now if only no one will notice all the other housework that should be done instead ;l)
Stash Spring Cleaning!
They were a just because gift for getting through the last few weeks. Aren't they gorgeous???
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
WIP and pet update
Thanks everyone for your comments, I know I will get a few minutes soon to get to read your blogs!
Cute kid & pet photos
Seran & Andy want a horse now
Friday, February 17, 2006
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
Back from Nashville
Has a great time, so glad it is over though! I really dislike traveling, almost as much as I hate coming home to all the things I left undone so I could go travel ;o) Here's a little peek at market, I love the hotel they hold it at.
We had a successful market and got to see some sights as well: the civil war battlefield/cemetary in Murfreeboro, attended the Opry at the historic Ryman theater (with front row seats for Lorrie Morgan, Restless Heart, Suzy Boguss, and more), and got to stay a night at the Opryland Hotel which was gorgeous. Lots of photos, mostly of food ;o) Came home with plenty of goodies since we hit the Opry Mall as well as market.
My little watty dog got in a fight with our Joey dog while I was gone and was blinded in one of her eyes. We are hoping the eye itself will avoid infection so we won't have to remove it. She may have fractures and/or bone fragments in her skull as well. She is as peppy and happy as usual so at least she is not in much (if any pain). We've got her on tons of meds, drops, and gels to try to get the swelling down and avoid complications. Her eye is sewed shut, giving her a permanent wink. Things are pretty chaotic at home, but I don't feel getting rid of a dog is an option so we'll have to get creative to keep everyone healthy and safe. The whole thing breaks my heart, especially since the two dogs often have a tiff and this time Joey seems to have hit just the right spot to cause critical damage.
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