Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A few things.

I keep getting these surprise packages in the mail and I love it! This is the second ATC I have gotten in the past few weeks that comes in an unmarked handmade envelope that is just as beautiful as the card inside. They are not signed and there is no forward address. If this is you please tell me so I can return the favor...or just keep sending them to me...I don't mind.
I got a new book by the insanely talented Sally Jean. She is a soldering genius! Her book is amazing go and get it. It inspired me to get out my stained glass stuff and make some stars. I can't decide if I want to leave them shiny or patina them black. What do you think?

We had our first real snowfall yesterday. My little peanut here was so excited when she looked out the window I thought she was going to faint. She must have nagged me 300 times while I was getting ready to hurry up. We went out to shovel and she immediately layed down to make her first snow angel of the winter....many more to come I am sure. I want the snow to melt though because every time we are outside now I get bombed by snowballs...little stinker.

Hope everyone has a fantastic Thanksgiving.
There is so much to be thankful for...
My wonderful husband who I love more and more everyday.
My adorable little girl who I can't imagine living without.
My friends who always encourage and support me.
My family...without my Mom, Dad, Sister and Brother what else is there really.
My dreamy life that I some days can't even believe I am living.
Hope you all have as much to be thankful for and more! Have a beautiful day!


sarahelizabeth said...

I like the stars silver. Very nice! My kids were super excited about the snow too! They played outside after school until dark :)


what wonderful stained glass....and I like it shiny :)

your little cutie is indeed that and more :) have a fun Thanksgiving with your beautiful family :)

Crazy Times Candle & Bath Co. said...

Love the stained glass.

Our daughter did the same thing with the snow. As soon as she got home from school she jumped into the yard to make a snow angel. :)

Alisa Nordholt-Dean said...

I love your stars!!! You are so talented...always creating something new! It's so fun to see what you'll come up with next.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!