They are called yoyo's. I'm not sure why except maybe because they are round? But anyway I made my first one today. I hope to make a lot more as they are easy to transport while you wait in lines or offices. What will I make with them? I was thinking just some small projects. Stay tuned as I figure it out.
Also my daughter in Tennessee bought me this John Deere Bank to save money for a farm. Too cute!! Love you Teresa!!
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Saturday, July 28, 2007
Starting the Christmas Season off with Free Shipping. From August 1 through Christmas 2007 everything on my web site, etsy site and pink boutique will have no shipping costs. This does not include items on my blog through amazon.
Friday, July 27, 2007
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Posted by Janet's Beloved at 2:51 PM
Sunday my daughter, me, my neice, and my grandson went to Adams Tennessee to the Bell Witch Cave. Of course I fell I just about broke my foot. But the cave was very interesting. They family that owns the farm where the cave is located also have a replica of the house the John Bell and his family lived in. It was quite a story and lots of fun.
Here are some pictures.
Monday, July 16, 2007
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Monday, July 09, 2007
It is July and it's hot. I have such a hard time in the summer with the heat. Even if I stay indoors with the air conditioning I get asthma and I swell. (TMI -- I know too much info). I have found that here in Tennessee I don't feel as bad as I do in Virginia. Maybe because the humidity is worse in Virginia. But it is summer and I deal. How about you? How do you beat the heat?
My 4th was great -- here in Tennessee you can buy fireworks and shoot them off -- can't do that in Virginia so my daughter bought a bunch of fire works and we had our own show. It was so much fun.
Next week end my daughter and I are going to Kentucky to my grandmothers 93 birthday. She is only 4 hours from here. My grandmother is the most amazing woman and I love her to death.
I'll be in here in Tennessee for another couple of weeks then back to Virginia to prepare for two big craft shows.