Saturday, February 27, 2010

Hello, Thanks for stopping by!! Welcome March {already!...where does the time go!?}

Feb. 11th~~~Back time for beautiful SNOW :) We are getting even more than what we got Christmas Eve. Taking a break from working to take a few pics of the snow...not something we see alot of here~

The creek out our back gate:

Out in the back yard late last night~

I had a delightful box waiting on me when I got home the other day with this Adorable Rabbit waiting to hop out of the box! It was made by talented Jen at Jennifersdols, click her to name visit her shoppe. Aren't the rabbits shoes so cute with the jewels on them :) But to my **Surprise** Jen did make it, but it was a gift from my Super~Sweet friend Jayne!!! Thank YOU so much Jayne, you are soooo SWEET!!! Be sure to stop in for a visit at her Bunny Chic Boutique Blog! And visit Jaynes etsy & webiste too!

We will be out of town {further South working} from Monday {Feb.8th} until Wed. or Thurs {Feb. 10~11th}, but still should be able to check mail~
Gorgeous weather here, hope it's nice on yalls end too!
Trying to catch up and list New stuff, hopefully more tomorrow too....right now I need scotch tape to hold my eyes open, can't seem to go to bed before 2am trying to check a few things off the never ending "to~do" list :)

1860 Girls & Rabbit Papier set at my Etsy:

Sweet pincushion I added some things too~

This one is at my etsy: SOLD...Thank you Jayne :)

This boy kitty visits us everyday, don't think he has a home. Having had cats all my life, I had to take a double take when he first came around, as he has "thumbs" on his paws. My mom said we should name him "Fonzie"....seems fitting~ states:

"A polydactyl cat is a cat with a congenital physical anomaly, with more than usual number of toes on one or more of its paws.
The true polydactyly - commonly called mitten foot, mitten cat or thumb cat condition - is a congenital abnormality, genetically inherited as an autosomal dominant trait of the Pd gene with incomplete penetrance".