Sunday, January 10, 2010


Yesderday at church on of the kids had a snake.  I kept well away and it looks like DS maybe should have too.I did feel a little sorry for the snake as the kids kept constantly handling the poor little thing.

Today it is 2 years since I lost my beautiful little furbaby Duc he brought such joy to my families life he left this life how he lived his life - fast. He was just over 12yrs old and still acted like a puppy. I swear he was human and understoon everything that was said to him.  Here is a collage of some of my favourite pics.

Mr. Snowmen 2 has his red scarf and he is finished.  I will be starting Snowmen 3 sometime today.  I just love how these little fellows look.

Before I post time wasted this week.  This is all said tongue in cheek.  DH & I joke about it all the time. So without further ado
Crabby Crush QS - 16 hr 17 min
Sweet Nectar - 3 hr 38 min
Love Never Fails - 57 min
Snowmen Gathering -2 hr 08 min
Five Snowmen - 4 hr 22 min

Weekly time wasted = 27  hr 30 min
Yearly time wasted = 31 hr 17 min

I am about to update  Head's Up For 2010  so go check out Crabby Crush and her sweet little face.

Till Next time God Bless.

Annette B


Carolyn NC said...

Lovely stitching!

Shari said...

the snowmen are looking great!!! Love the pretty.
as far as the snake goes.....I am out of here!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Your snowment are just adorable.

We had a copperhead snake (about the same size) left right outside our bedroom window just before Christmas by our cat who must have thought he was so clever. He's very lucky he got the first bite or it might have been him that was left dead outside our window. I do worry about him being so brave when we have deadly snakes coming into our yard. (sigh)

Anonymous said...

Two years! Wow time has passed - I miss him too! Makes me appreciate my anxious puppy (who is 8, mind you) even more. Lovely work on the snowman! Nath is very brave, handling that snake - glad it wasn't me!

Meari said...

Your snowmen are really cute!

Lisa said...

Thank you for visiting my blog...I have come for a visit on yours and have become a follower. Lots of fun things you have going on. I love your snowmen, so I will be back to watch your progress :)
Take care, Lisa

Parsley said...

I know how hard it is to loose a furry family member. I don't know that the pain ever leaves completely.

I do love those snowmen and the fabric. The snake...not so much ;)

Mylene said...

The snowmen is coming along great.

snakes...quite some in our place too in the Philippines, i am always afraid for my family but they can't do anything than to clean up the sorroundings, just heard one got bitten and died last year...was really scary.

Elaine said...

Your snowmen are adorable, can't wait to see more up-dates.

Carol said...

Snakes--ewww! There is only one thing I hate more than snakes and that is bats!

Your snowmen just make me smile--so cute :)

Yvonne said...

I am terrified of snakes! Snowmen wip is so lovely! Looking forward to see the next update.

Sorry to hear what happened to Duc 2 years ago. Thanks for sharing the pictures. He looked really adorable.

Theresa said...

Love the snowmen...not so keen on the snake though. Your Duc looks like a sweetie, I'm sorry you lost such a lovely friend.

Always smiling said...

That snake was scary and I am here in snowy UK!! Spend a lovely 15mins reading your blog.. I laughed at your time wasting log, daren't say how much time I spend stitthing and knitting, but I am retired and have a wonderful DH who shares the house work so lots of time!Loved all those stitchy love sayings, what a great idea.
I long to live by the sea!
Happy stitching and blessings
Chris x

Terri said...

Looks great Annette


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