Sunday, October 12, 2014

:: Saturday and Sunday—Sewing, Yard Work,

 

 

 

zippered pouches

Yesterday I had my 2 grandsons – and while digging through the toys, the youngest, Easton, found a zippered pouch left by his cousin.  It had lots of her little do-dads, and trinkets inside.  It was also of the ‘PRINCESS’ VARIETY.  He promptly poured out the contents; reasoning, “she left it in the toy box and I can put my bullets in there…”(nerf bullets)  I told him he could use it, but had to put it back the way he found it before he left. 

The conversation continued… bottom line;   He didn’t have a pouch to put his own stuff in, and he needed one.  So I got busy and made two!

His is the Captain America—his brother’s is the Batman.  Anything Super Hero and you can pretty much get a hug, AND YARD WORK out of those two boysI drive a hard bargain.

Today, we burned a brush pile—and shed remnants.  We called ahead to the County first, and seeing how we’d had over 10 inches in the last week… they let us!

I am late getting this post out for today—I really thought I’d get it out last night.  But I had a minor glitch with the blog… I think I have it all fixed now. 

I hope so.

If you read Corn on your phone, ipad, tablet, android device, etc.  You may not be able to leave a comment.  It started acting up again… Not sure how that is going to continue to work, seeing how I have blogging obligations for roughly the next 9 or 10 months.   I’m hoping to get it repaired… so please check back periodically.

 october 12 post card

 

‘Til next time, Be Blessed!




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Therefore be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time, because the days are evil. So then do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is.~ Ephesians 5:15-17

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4 comments:

Diane said...

Those are neat! Of course, I like the Batman one!!

A Daughter of the King said...

Delightful as always...still chuckling.

Sun Valley Homestead said...

So cute.....you are a GREAT grandma.

Blessings,
Connie

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love these! I need to try to make some! Hugs, Diane