Monday, January 26, 2009

My Employer

I work a couple days at week at The Pine Needle. Around eight hours a week I work unloading merchandise, fluffing the store and taking care of customers. We have many brides...and, if you are an upcoming bride, you may register on-line.

This was the employees at our Christmas Party the owners hosted at their home. I embroidered the shirts for the Christmas Season.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Workin' It

I think everyone agrees, the Obamas certainly "worked the inaugaration" to a tee! Love, love, love the pink and personal favorite...although, Charlie Gibson questioned it....I totally loved the detailed schedule and the assistant bringing the daughters through to the stage. It was so preppy!
I am totally supporting our President! (just don't take our money!)

Monday, January 19, 2009

Another Birthday...

These are actually "Hand Me Downs" from my daughter for my friend...(she ain't proud!) Well, the sweatsuits are and then I just added some cuteness. Happy 10th Birthday, Merrill!

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Happy First Birthday!

A friend asked me to make a gift for a boy's birthday. This is what I did. Love to find cute things at WallieWorld. This 100% cotton turtleneck onesie is so nice for $3.50 and the sweats are a great orange for Auburn fans...the daddy played there. The towels were also $3.50 and had lots of cute colors...I bought the red and brown trimmed ones too.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Love Me...Love Me Not.....

Loved these two books...although a little late in reading them...Has anyone read Baby Proof?

Did not like any of these and was SO disappointed...Wanted them to be great...

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Preppy Prize Giveaway!

The Palm Gifts has a new blog and are celebrating by giving away a preppy monogrammed bag. Check it out!

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Moose Chase

One of the fun things we did while out west was to snowmobile for 12 miles to the base of a mountain...the most captured peak pictured on calendars.

We encountered this cutie on the way up the mountain. I think more folks are killed by moose than bear. He is just returning from chasing a man from N.Y. on his snow mobile.

At the top, but you can't see the peaks in the background or the pond covered by snow. On the way down, we encountered the moose again, and he chased right towrds us again. I told the guide that I thought the moose was "planted" to get our money's worth!