Thursday, November 25, 2010

Men & Toys

Again.. I am late posting. Not sure how the days and weeks whip by so quickly but they do. Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends. I hope you have a wonderful weekend with family and friends.

With this holiday almost over it is on to planning Christmas. Every year it gets harder and harder to get holiday shopping under control. It was so easy when the girls were are Now we are into the teen years so it is a chore. I think we are into the $$ and a small gift stage. This year again I am going to rely on the internet to do most of my shopping. Between gift cards and some phone and internet orders I am hoping to avoid the stores. This weekend the tree goes up. I have a few holiday decorations out now. With the kitten the tree will be secured in the corner with a few more

Yes hubby started his Christmas early this year. He and a buddy decided they should get new cars to play with this Christmas..and should break them in Our friend travels a lot so they spent his last visit home testing out the new cars. I think they get more of a bang out of these toys than the kids that

I have to show you my friends first quilt. Can you imagine she is a new quilter..and also picked out her own fabric. Kim Bolender did the quilting for her. She just has to put the binding on and it is all done. Just love it!!She should be very proud of herself. Now on to another one..she is

Back to my sewing room. Have a great weekend!!!


Linda said...

Wow \Lovely quilt.
Yes it does get harder to buy for the grandkids the older they get. But I enjoy the hustle and bustle of the malls at holiday time. Gets me into the christmas season..

Delighted Hands said...

Cool toys......the new quilter did a great job-you influence her well!

Jackie said...

What a beautiful quilt - I can't believe it's her first!

Each year I do a bit more shopping online as I seem to find more offers for free shipping. It's so easy!

Bunny said...

Boys do love their toys LOL. I love that quilt too it is gorgeous. Way to go for her fist quilt.