a favourite shade of blue

a favourite shade of blue

Monday, December 8, 2014

it's time

7:03 and it is time to blog. the news is over , nothing really exciting on the news but we always watch it anyway. In school it was called Current Affairs and we were taught that keeping up with the news was a great thing. I learned well and even after 70 years I still keep up with current affairs.

We went looking for boots again with no luck. But it was good to get out for a while. We had  curry and rice for lunch and a short walk. 
We bought nothing once again. I'll buy the little ones their presents when we get to Calgary. There is a big mall across from Rick's place and we can do our shopping there. No need to take gifts across 2 provinces.
I read some of my book and then had a nap when we got home. 

We cooked a pork roast for dinner, boiled some potatoes and warmed up a can of kernel corn. I made the gravy to go with everything. I am not much of a cook but my gravy is wonderful. I love it with dinner and on bread. Dinner was great. Now I am watching Big Bang Theory and relaxing. Oh yes and writing my blog, how could I forget LOL.



LOL.

Dear Charlotte helping Grandma Carla make pfefferneusse for Christmas. Looks like fun.


Karin put this up on Facebook, little Nathan does not appear to like being Santa. He so cute.

http://bit.ly/12hH6Kf

Busy Dresden Plate looks like Joseph's coat of many colours. As you see using up scraps works well with a Dresden Plate. These scraps do not do it for me though. I like a more coordinated set of prints.

Buster is looking good today.


Arkansas Crossroads is the name of this quilt. Too much white as far as I am concerned. It is all you see.

It is time to go. Have a great evening folks.

Good night!!              

Two happy young people, my lovely granddaughter Chelsea and her friend Brad.  Nice looking couple.
                                          


1 comment:

jean lathem said...

When I went to school , it was called Current Events . I guess it means the same..The night before school I had to take the evening newspaper from my parents to get the latest events for class the next day.