And this Brittercup Poinsettia is from Carol. Thanks Carol, it's lovely.
Here is a group shot of all 10 of my ornaments. Thanks to all of you for the ornaments. There sure is a nice variety here.
I had a really fun Saturday with Nicole, Karen & Teresa. We stitched & talked (and talked & talked) and ate & laughed. Renee came by for a few minutes but she had other plans for the day so she didn't hang around. Bet we had more fun than she did though! ;-)
Today I had to break down & run to the grocery store for a few things but first I had to return the George Foreman grill. I don't know if it's just my "luck" or what, but that thing smelled like burning plastic & omg, it was just awful. It took hours to get the smell out the first several times we tried heating it up. I thought maybe it was just because it was new. Well, after about 6 times, it should have stopped with the stink, and when it didn't, forget it! I decided NOT to try another. Instead, I found some skillets that are - now get this - MADE IN THE USA!!! So I bought a set of those instead. Heck, as much as we paid for the stove in our new home, it should be used as often as possible, right? lol I rarely fry anything anyway & Ray grills most of the meat we eat, I just thought the GF grill might be easier. But these will be great for omelets which we do like & when I want to fix something "small". Oh what an exciting life I lead.....
On the stitching front, I did work on something for sevearl hours yesterday (and a bit Saturday), but again, it's a gift so I won't be able to share pics of it. It's turning out rather pretty if I do say so myself. I'm getting a case of start-itis though, so I hope to finish it pretty quick.
Thanks for stopping by......... Happy Stitching!