See the crack? The other day I was innocently walking out of our bathroom when the doorknob on the inside came off in my hand, and this glass one fell onto the tile. This old doorknob is original to my house, about 75 years old. I'm so sad!
Now it's naked. I hope I can find a good replacement. I'm on the hunt people.
This past week has been a full one! Last weekend was my girls' big Mother's Day performance for dance. Which means days of dress rehearsals and performances. Looong days at the Performing Arts Center. But it was so much fun. I was pretty exited this year because both my girls were in the same class. And their costumes included little go-go boots. Pulling the precious go-go boots on over the tap shoes for four days almost caused me to lose my religion.... but damn it they were cute.
Little sis is the 3rd one from the left, big sis the 5th. They danced to a Sonny and Cher song. It was fabulous.
My wonderful Mother in-law drove up from California to watch the girls' performance. She also brought an old juicer, determined to make juice with the girls. They made juice by golly! Making it proved to be more fun than drinking it. Carrot-apple juice anyone?
One of the things I love about my Mother in-law visiting, is that my kitchen sink magically looks like this after every meal. It's amazing.
Moving on. Little sis grew some cat grass for Mr. Precious.
He loves it. But he doesn't love me snapping too many pictures. Just look at his face below.
I love irritating my pets. I can't help myself. Speaking of which....
Rosie wants in. And instead of just letting her in. I grabbed my camera to take pictures of her wanting in. Plus she has something up her nose.
Look what she and her grass eating brother do to my window. Dirty scoundrels.
Ooohhh. She means business now. She's staring me down. I best be letting her in. But she still has something up her nose.
Now, I did make a small fabric purchase last Saturday.
And now my dears. Do you have a favorite bag? If you make one of these I promise that you will. I ordered this wonderful kit from Nanette, of Freda's Hive. It is so cute! The kit includes the pattern, the fabric for the outside of the bag, ricrac, and a covered button. I am in love with all of the fabrics Nanette chose for this purse.
I hope you love this bag too! It makes me happy. Thank you Nanette! And thank you all for catching up with me. x