Oh my gosh! I just received a Thanksgiving card from my Grandson Jack and his momma Kris!! I cannot tell you how grateful I am for this packet of photos. Jack is 7 months old and due to circumstances here at home I have not been able to fly back to even meet or hold him. (sniff sniff sniff sniff) Here are 5 photos from the packet. I am excited that after Christmas I will finally be able to start work on 2 scrapbooks, one for me and one for Kris!
Get Ready for the cutest baby boy photos of the year! lol
Here he is: Grammies little gerber boy, Jack!
Hey, does anyone know where I can purchase a "JACK JACK costume" like the one on the incredibles movie?
Grammies little hambone!
and last but not least .... sleeping beauty- or would that be handsome sleeper? lol
I know, I am shameless! lol and now for my last post for today- my daughter Katie handed me this, it was a slip they were given at school- I have so MUCH to be thankful for because I am truly blessed!
Here is a card made by Vera Schoeters, isnt it just to cute?
I love the variety of techniques she used and especially the "grass". The vellum adds such a soft touch and the colors are just to die for. Wild Wasabi and Groovy Guava are an awesome combination! Thank you Vera for sharing your card with me!
I am adding new things as often as I can to my new photo album: Handmade Items for Sale AND to the Steals & Deals album. Remember that I take Visa MC, discover and Amer EXP, pay pal, personal check or money order for your balance.
All items do NOT have shipping added and will be mailed to the US only by priority mail.
I am sorry, I can no longer make sales outside the US.
as I have mentioned a lot lately , both Katie and Kasey are in the high school musical again this year. Kasey plays Daniel, one of the brothers and Katie is the opening bride and a townsperson
you can click this link to see the slideshow of the pictures from this weeks newspaper. I will post more photos of my own that I will take tonight on Sunday or Monday. The first photo is of the entire cast (Kasey is up the stairway with the 7 on his shirt) and the quilt Jean and I made is shown off by the brides & Millie (center back). The very last photo is of my lovely daughter Katie in the white wedding dress!
Be sure to check out the photos!
Synopsis of show: "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" is a musical film that was released in 1954. It is based on the short story "The Sobbin Women," by Stephen Vincent Benet.
The film was a 1954 nominee for Best Picture.
A backwoodsman name Adam Pontipee (Kyle Bradley) goes to town to find a wife. His new bride, Milly (Lauren Guison) marries him after knowing him for only a few hours.
Upon their arrival at the Pontipee house, Milly discovers that Adam has six rowdy brothers who want someone to cook and clean.
After determining that she will stay, she teaches the brothers manners, how to socialize with the town girls, how to dance and how to court the girls.
The momentum of the show begins to heighten at the town social - with competition between the local town boys and the Pontipee brothers, kidnapping, a fight between Milly and Adam, and a shot gun wedding.
It is a musical that will leave you smiling.
Under the musical direction of Travis Graham and the dramatic direction of Carolyn Winchester, the show involves great music, great vocals and lots of energized dancing. Graham is in charge of set construction, while choreography is being created by Winchester and senior student, Berea Flatness. Many may remember seeing her in the Springfield Little Theatre production of the Nutcracker, where she danced the role of the "Sugar Plum Fairy."
Something new this year is a money- making project for the Fine Arts Department which involves the opportunity to win a quilt made from the scraps of material of the main characters' costumes.
Gwen Mangelson with the assistance of Jean Johnson created the quilt that will be on display in the cabinet in front of the theater.
Tickets may be purchased each night for $1 per ticket or six for $5. The winner will be drawn at the Saturday night performance. You do not have to be present to win.