Dec 20, 2010

Holiday Wishes

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This is a busy week…that just got busier this morning when we discovered that our stove is broken…right in time for all the Christmas baking and as we are planning on having the whole family here for Christmas Eve dinner.  Yikes!  But Oh well, I know it will all work out somehow…it always does. 

Very soon now I will be able to post all those projects I have been working on secretly the past while.  I am especially excited for those I love to finally receive them. So fun!

I hope you are all having a beautiful, wonderful Christmas. 

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12 comments:

Needled Mom said...

Enjoy the week and have a lovely Christmas.

Jackie said...

Merry Christmas to you too!! I have a feeling that Santa, might be bringing you a new oven!

Stephanie said...

Looks like you have all you need for Christmas. Sweet faces. Happy Holidays.

Tarnyia said...

So adorable... I do hope you get your stove sorted out before they all arrive... wishing you a great Christmas and New Year Annette xxx

Thimbleanna said...

Oh No! I sure hope that stove gets fixed in a hurry. And isn't this the most wonderful time of year for people who make things? There's just nothing like that feeling when someone opens a handmade gift from you! Can't wait to see what you've been up to!

Béa said...

Merry Christmas to you too ! Enjoy your week.XOXO

MARCIE said...

What cute little elves you have! Merry Christmas Annette!

Chookyblue...... said...

Merry Christmas.......

Rhonda said...

The little ones are soooo cute. I wish you good luck in fixing the stove problems..... Wishing you A Merry Christmas!

Kim D. said...

What an adorable photo of your dear grandkids! I hope Santa brought you a new stove. Merry Christmas!

Sinta Renee said...

I hope everything got worked out and that your holiday was filled with blessings!

Rabid Quilter said...

I just found your wonderful blog through Erin Russek's "One Piece at a Time" blog and have just added my name to follow it. You're amazing! I noticed your Siggy Block feature on the side of your blog, took a look at these adorable blocks and wonder what the story is on how you collected them. Is there a link?
Thanks!
Diane Steele
Davis, CA

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