Tuesday, January 29, 2013


After all the work I did over the weekend, I decided Monday was a day to play…especially when my favorite male came for a visit.  What do you do with a 3 ½ year old male?  You make a snowman!  My daughter had brought me a snowman kit a couple of years ago that included all the makings, except the snow.  We haven’t had much snow since then and when we did no great grandchild was around and I felt a little funny making a snowman all by myself.  (The neighbors think I’m a little wacky as it is.  ;o)
I expect Mr. Snowman to be gone tomorrow as the temperature is predicted to be in the 50s.  Well, what can you expect…I live in Michigan!

On Another Note
:  Feeling Hexy?  Stop by With Heart and Hands and see all the Free Patterns, Links, and Tutes.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Mama Pea said...

Love the snowman, and your grandson is adorable. Did the snowman survive today? I'm guessing not!

Barb said...

What fun!!!! Lucky you got to spend a day with your man!!

Miss Nancy said...

What a great snowman and fun day! Looks like it was a great day for all! Thank you for sharing and thank you for the great link.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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