Monday, February 28, 2011

Baby Mason

Well, the kids were all here this weekend to wish my husband ken a happy 50th.  Our son surprised dad with a wii game system and a hunting game.. that was fun. But for me... holding my 3 week old grandson for hours on end was the big present.   Loved every minute.  He was so social and aware and smiled so wonderfully.  Have to post a few pictures of him. these were taken in the hospitol just the next morning after his birth. 

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Queen of the Crop event

A faboulous time for all was to be had by all 45 women.  We stayed up until 4:30 am. slept until 10 and went all night again... 50 hours of creativity.  My stampin up booth went well. I have 6 booked parties.. and sold a good amount of stamps.  So happy.  Nice people, great times..

Thursday, February 17, 2011


Its going to be a fun one... I'm attending a 3 day scrapbooking retreat with 45 other women.  I'll be hosting a make n  take stamping station through my stampin up business.   Will take lots of pictures and post them next week.   On the family businssess side of things. Mason is doing good, gaining weight but is having a few bouts with Colic. Poor mamma is sleep deprived.  And the big news, My husband is retiring this coming November.   The following june, we'll be relocating to Idaho..  So excited. Living our dream of a country life is a year away.  Hopefully all our kids will be moving with us. 

Friday, February 4, 2011

I have a new Inspiration....

I am inspired, tired and excited. My oldest grandaughter Christina gave birth to my first grandson Mason Roy Vines on 2/2/11. i wonder what a numeroligist would tell us about his birth date?  Here is a glipse of my new inspiration... time to work on a new book and keepsake for him.  Love him so much. My husband Ken asked.. righty or lefty? I need to know what baseball glove to buy him.  We feel so blessed and we are so thankful to the good lord above for our blessings.

Winter is fast approaching... so I have been sooooo busy here.

Harvesing the garden and not to mention all the herbs. Tinctures to make, soaps to set to cure...  I do love my life here on this little plo...