Happy Sunday to you. What a busy weekend it has been.
Last evening was my DSO's EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) Christmas party and today dear friend Wink and her beau stopping by for a quick visit. It is always a pleasure to see her. Let me tell you, we go WAY back.
Unfortunately we had to cut the visit short because today was the 20th annual TubaChristmas held in Lorain, OH (but the 42nd overall). It is always a fun time and will put you in the Christmas spirit. They play CHRISTMAS songs ~ no political correctness ~ yeah :) Grandson Jake enjoys going and this year got a headband to go with last year's scarf.
This year's TubaChristmas consisted of 90 tuba players, ranging in age from 12 to73. In the past, they had tuba players as old as 88, but they are no longer on this earth. Many of them decorate their instruments with lights, garlands and Santa hats.
Then it was on to DSO's family Christmas. Whew. You'd think I'm a party girl, but totally not :)
Found a few minutes to pull a some loops on my snowman rug. He is almost done :)
The background wool I am using.
Kelley has very generously said that anyone can copy the pattern. I think there will be many, many versions of her rug hooked. Please give her credit if you do hook it. Right click on the design, save it and then enlarge to whatever size you wish.
Our weather has been absolutely unreal. We have been in the upper 60's and may have even hit 70 one day. People are running around in shorts, cutting their lawns and riding their motorcycles. I, for one, am lovin' it. The plants sure are confused. I spotted this on the forsythia bush today . . .
. . . and this in my wheelbarrow.
I will leave you with this (thanks to Saundra) ~
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)