( this precious little sun dress came in the mail this week for Annabelle, beautifully handmade with love by my amazingly talented and very dear childhood friend, Anna E. )
A Recent Cute/Funny Conversation with Dear Husband ( D.H.)-
D.H. : Hey babe.
Babe : Yeah?
Babe : * said with a big wink and grin, * " hmmm, that's a good question... "
So the other day we borrowed The Curious George Movie from the library. Not to be confused with what she calls " reggy-lar" Curious George . The PBS version that she had seen before and she was all excited to watch it and I was all excited to let her while I mowed our great big lawn. So I set up our portable DVD player on the back porch where I could see her from every angle while I cut the grass. Later on that day she told me, " Mommy, I like "reggy-lar Curious George, that new one is scary. I don't want to watch never ever, ever, EVER, ever, ever again. Seriously, 5 evers. And I felt so bad that I had been just blissfully mowing the lawn as she sat there, poor little thing, letting that big, bad, scary Curious George frighten her so. But I was so proud of her for telling me. I pulled her into my arms and told her that of course she didn't have to watch it, never, ever, ever again.
" But I can watch the reggy-lar one Mommy. It's not a scary, it's nice "
Yesterday I had a wonderful visit from this sweet friend and her darling assorted bouquet of children. She also happens to be new to the blogging world, so ladies if you get a chance, go over and give her a warm welcome. She has asked me to help her re-design her girls room, which is such a compliment. So we are making quilts and name banners, three of each and painting the walls pressed glass green and the furniture white and I am so excited to be in on this amazing project.
As a close friend recently told me " Your always scheming for something..." And of course when I told David she said that he said, " she knows you well. " And that's is the truth. I am constantly cooking up some idea of how we could someday make a very big dream come true: a family business. I say "our" with the hope that I am making progress in convincing David that this would be a profitable and enjoyable way to make a living. This website is the quickest way I can think to describe our exact idea. Which I thought it was original until I ran across this. Guess we'll have to settle for being a copy cat. But I am so curious to know what you ladies think?