Sunday, January 31, 2010

Where have I been, you ask.

Such kind readers to miss me when I don't post. I think my most faithful reader is my mom, who by the way will be 85 years young this week.

After all my family left at Christmas, I got back to a little weaving. I made this scarf with some leftover yarn. I think it's pretty, but I don't like it. Does that makes any sense?

I took these pictures this last weeekend.

These little monkeys

were building a birdhouse.

They only had one pair of safety goggles, but they seemed to work it out.

These ladies weren't exactly interested in each other, but the one with hair was fascinated by the fluff on her cousin.

Then, there was new game called "rescue". Near as I can tell, it involved one boy laying in the toybox while the other played with the toys. Maybe details will evolve the next time they meet.


Vonita said...

Love the scarf. Those colors are me.

I remember some fun times playing with cousins.

Mountain Woman said...

The children are so adorable and look like they are having a wonderful time. Great pictures.

Snappy Di said...

It's nice to see childrens' imaginations grow. So much nicer than seeing a child sit behind a computer screen... Never ever give them computers! LOL

The Blue Ridge Gal

Aunt Dinah said...

Am still AMAZED at your developing weaving talents. What a beautiful and creative craft to learn. The photos and captions are so much fun. What BEAUTIFUL grandchildren. Glad you got to spend time with them recently in OK.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Well, You have been busy! Your scarf is very must be the color that you don't like.
Those grands of your are beautiful..they all have such pretty hair! Yes I missed you..I am so glad you are OK:)

Tipper said...

Pretty scarf-and the kiddos are so cute : )