I don't really have anything to post about today. I have lots of new projects started but they are unfinished. We have been spending some time at our local no kill animal shelter. 2 weeks ago hubby and I found a little kitty on the side of the road screaming in pain. We immediately stopped the car and picked up the kitty. She had so many injuries that we didn't think she was going to make it. We are amazed how she is coming along. Tuesday she is scheduled to have one of her front legs amputated. After that she will be coming home with us. We hadn't intended on keeping her but after all she has been through, we couldn't leave her at the shelter to live her life. I'll take some pics of her soon. We think we are going to name her Oreo since she is black & white.
Here are a couple of fall samplers I stitched up recently. I thought I would share with you all.
Today my husband and I are celebrating our 14th anniversary. It seems like forever. We were married when I was 19 and my hubby was 21. I can't imagine my life without him. He is such a wonderful man. I love you sweetheart.
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Thank You for your support. These animals need our help.
Hubby and I stopped at a yard sale yesterday. It was at a beautiful old house built in 1807. I found this 13 inch Munising bowl for $15.00. Now I just have to find the perfect spot for it and what to put in it.