It was a very busy week last week. H** week for rehearsals for the high school musical, plus various doctor appointments for me. So not as much stitching as I would have liked. Poor Ann.
This is all I got done on her. Plus I did finish the border.
Oh well. At least I'm down to the juicy part of the sampler now. :D
I did take my TUSAL picture for this month too.
Sorry -- a bit blurry. My ort jar is sitting next to something I just couldn't resist getting. It's a little thimble holder I ordered from the Scarlet Letter. Yes, Marsha tempts me with more than just beautiful reproduction samplers.
This weekend was the boy child's last high school musical. They did Oklahoma this time, a very ambitious project. And they did a great job! The boy child had a small part, Cord Elam, the Federal Marshall. Here he is on stage.
He got to wear a gun belt with a gun too. Excitement!
Here he is after the show. (Oh yeah, there's me too. Bleagh.)
And here's a pic taken by the professional photographers. I scanned it and it seems to have gotten blurry in the process. Oh well.
I will say one thing. Have you ever tried to buy cowboy boots in this part of the country? Nope, can't do it. lol! Good ole Ebay to the rescue.
Anyway, the kids did a great job. I got all teary eyed of course. So many of these kids are graduating and moving on to college, like the boy child. Their last production. So many lasts coming fast and furious now.
Of course, Mia has been happy at home. The other day, she decided she needed to see what was going on at the table, so she climbed up onto the chair the father type was sitting in and proceeded to join the family at table.
Such a silly cat!
Thanks as always for stopping by and saying hi. I hope everyone has a great week! I also hope those in the path of that heavy, wet snow are ok and the storm took it easy on you. Yuck!