Thursday, December 29, 2011

Busy, Busy, Busy!

December 29. 2011

It's another sunny, yet windy, morning here in New England.  This will be a short post, because I have a lot to do today.  Eddie is on his way here to help finish setting up the room for a new dwarf.   I've procrastinated long enough.  This used to be Moo's room, and I've not been in a big rush to clean it out.  But it's almost finished now.  Today we will pick up new curtains and anything else that is needed to finish off the room.

My Tootsie is laying on top of her "scrunched up" blanket trying to look sad and neglected.  She does this when she thinks that I am going to go out and leave her behind with a sitter.  This past year, she has decided that blankets and scatter rugs are most comfortable when they are scrunched up into a lumpy pile.   Here is a layout that I made yesterday.  She had scrunched up her new blanket and then took a nap on it.

Sad to say, I don't scrap often enough, so maybe that can be another project for the New Year.  That, and maybe losing a few more pounds.   All my new projects should keep me busy throughout the whole year. 

Now I really must get going here.  Till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.

Hugs, Edna B.


Nani said...

You definitely do a have a busy day scheduled!

I love the Tootsie layout! The photo is so sweet!!

I have a busy day too, laundry and such. It's just a tad of a lazy week for me because Rina is here. She is a little overprotective about what she thinks I should be trying to do alone! Love that kid!

Have a productive day!

Hugs, Nani

smiekeltje said...

Oh Edna, must still be a bit hard on you to be busy in Moo's room. But perhaps it helps to remember that he has spend some wonderful years there. And from somewhere, I know, he's looking at you and being proud of you!
I too should definately scrap a little more too, but I don;t make any plans, we'll just see and wait what the year will bring, but of course I hope it will bring some real good things.
Have a great day and a wonderful start of the New Year!

The Queen Jester said...

I love her little sweater. Isn't it funny how they have their little rituals. But, then again, so do we.