Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Spending the Day with Friends!

It was a day spent with friends....First Sloan goes to a little pre~school twice a week for a couple of hours and he has a best friend. A little girl to be exact and they always look for each other and always have to tell each other goodbye several times before leaving. He talks of her often throughout the week and I hear that she talks about him often, too....little friendships start early!

I found these little blank notecards today at Michael's....in the dollar bin and just had to try out drawing some little kids and using some copic markers on them.

Once Sloan was off to school with the promise of Aunt Jenn picking him up for an afternoon of lunch, feeding the ducks, and more fun....I was off to rug hooking with the gals.

Pati Jane brought sweet little Emma. She is such fun and such a cutie. I gave her my phone to play Old MacDonald and she caught on quickly of what to do!

I was busy playing with her I forgot to snap pictures of everyone and what they were working on....but I did get a few photo's of our star hooker Kay's things she had done.

I did manage to whip this little rug that I had finished hooking. I'm calling it "Land That I Love".....

I'm on countdown waiting on the arrival of Miss Eva Mae....about 19 days to go but then you just never know about babies. I know Jenn will be glad when she is finally holding her in her arms! The months seemed to have passed quickly but the last few weeks always seem to take the longest....

Happy Trails.....Ginger


moosecraft said...

Awwwww... friends are a good thing! Land that I Love is a great mat!

Mugwump Woolies said...

Ginger...love your little yellow house!

Kathy (woolfind) said...

So sweet about Sloan's friendship :). Loved the pictures of the rugs! And your Land that I love is so sweeet!!
That time surely has flown by, and prayers go out to Jenn for an easy delivery and a healthy Miss Eva Mae!

Doris said...

Sloan has a friend, how nice, I think he will make friends easily. Little Emma is so cute and I love the patriotic ducks and your "Land of the free". Its always enjoyable to visit your blog!

Farm Girl said...

Yes, these last few weeks seem the longest. I love that picture of PattiJane's grand daughter playing with your phone. Isn't it amazing how fast they learn to use technology. I know I am not that fast.
I love all of the rug pictures you have today.
Have fun and keep on hooking, you are so good at it.

WoolenSails said...

How wonderful to spend the day with Pati Jane and enjoy some hooking together.


primitivebettys said...

Super cute! I love seeing all the rug finishes. :-)