Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Kitty cat card

Today's card features the Level 2 Hostess Set Long Fellows.  I love these cute long animals.  Very fun and whimsical!  I also used an oldie but goodie...the retired stamp set So Many Scallops for the Happy Birthday Cake.
I worked at the flea market this morning setting up my card rack.  It is good to have that done, and now I know where the gaps are and what kind of cards I need to make to have more variety.

Jenna and Mason were here for the weekend.  They arrived on Friday afternoon and left on Sunday night.  It was so good to see them and so fun to have them here.  Mason loved the kitties, and they were quite fascinated by him which surprised me.  Normally they hide when kids are around.  But they were very curious, and they figured it out right away that he was unable to chase them so they would sneak by him, or sometimes they would get close and let him "just" touch them.  It kept Mason very busy to watch them walking around the house.

For those of you who live far away, it was quite the weekend weather wise, with a tornado touching down in starting in Arkdale, and making a 15 mile path of destruction.  They are estimating the damage to be at 2 million dollars.  My heart goes out to the families that have been impacted by this.  You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Monday, night we had stamping and Becky Gruenwald was our hostess.  It was so fun to see everyone again, and we had a great time as usual.  If you weren't there and would like to order, I will be putting the order in tomorrow night.

Sarah went to the doctor today, and received a good report.  The x ray showed that the large bone was healing.  She is now allowed to put 50% of her weight on her leg and will continue to use her crutches. She will start physical therapy next week.  She also has some exercises that she can do at home to try and loosen up the knee, which is not bending very much at the moment.  The next step will be to later go down to using one crutch, and then possibly a cane.  She can go back to work tomorrow, 4 hours per day, 5 days per week, at a sitting job.  She is very excited about that, and Zach's dad is excited about having her back.  She told me that she will be working on replanting, and that they will slide things down to her.  So that is good news.  Please continue to pray for her as she continues on this journey of healing.

Have a good night!  Elaine

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