Sunday, July 29, 2007

Lies, All Lies, I Tell Ya!

Little Sparky had his "snip snip" surgery last week and I'm thinking I'm going to get back this sweet little docile creature who wants nothing more than to have his belly rubbed and to curl up contentedly beside me as I read or watch TV. I mean, they tell you in all the literature and on web sites it calms them down, right? UMMMMM, WRONG! The little booger came back more hyper than before. In the last few days he's decided that carpet tastes good, in addition to his diet of Southern Living magazines and Q-tips. I thought he had enough fiber, but apparently not. Let's see, he got into a can of Sprite and as it rolled down the hall toward the living room spewing liquid all over the place from a puncture he inflicted on the can, Sparky could only look at me innocently as he trotted off to find more trouble to get into.
Sigh...Oh well, he's only five months old, so maybe he will slow down eventually. I'm not sure my home will survive it. He's so darn cute, though.

Friday, July 27, 2007

What Flavor Ice Cream Are You?

Just for fun, take this quiz....

You Are A Chocolate Ice Cream Girl

Dramatic. Powerful. Flirty.

They read my mind! I personally love Swensen's Sticky Chewy Chocolate.....Yum!

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Another batch of headbands!

This time I used the DELICIOUS Heather Bailey "Freshcut" fabrics. They are all reversible and so cute! Check my etsy shop, I'm on a roll now!

Sunday, July 15, 2007

New in My Etsy Shop......Headbands!

I've just listed some gorgeous headbands in my Etsy shop. The ones pictured at left are made from Amy Butler fabric, always in style if you ask me. They are 1-1/4" wide and approximately 22" unstretched with 2" of elastic so they can stretch comfortably. All with a great price of $5.50. Oh, and these are reversible, so you get two for the price of one! Yeah! You can find them here at

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Happy 4th of July!!!!

Ben and Sparky preparing for the neighborhood July 4th parade. It's quite a spectacle to see the neighborhood kids with their decorated bikes and scooters. The mayor shows up and walks in the parade, and a few policemen start off the parade with their motorcycles. The parade is ended with a firetruck. I was thinking how blessed I feel that our little town has such a low crime rate that the police can go to the different neighborhood parades rather than chase down criminals.

After the parade we gather and have a neighborhood picnic complete with burgers, hot dogs, beans, potato salad, desserts, door prizes, etc., etc.

That's one cute patriotic pup!

I hope everyone had a wonderful, relaxing day! God Bless!