Friday, February 26, 2010

Happy weekend!

Hey everyone! How are you doing?
I promised I would try to enter more entries..I'm hoping this finds you all well and healthy and warm. We are doing fine.
Royce received his plans for the grandfather clock and he is getting excited and working himself up to the new project.
He's building a new top of the trailer for the trike trailer. It's going to be a lot nicer than what you saw posted previously. Check out older post.
Sally is coming over tomorrow to play in the shack with me. We generally get a lot more done when working together. I so enjoy her company.
We've had a very windy and cool two days. Plus more rain. Man, I'll be glad when the Spring finally arrives!!
Yesterday we transplanted the seedlings that we had started a few weeks ago. It's amazing to see how fast they grow. The green bean plants are over 8" high. The other ones are coming along nicely. The newer ones will take a while to mature before we can transplant them.
That's about all the news I have for now..
Be blessed everyone and take care.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Happy Saturday

Just checking in with everyone and posting a few updates on what we have been doing. Royce finished the "Spud Boxes" and I really like mine. He gave Candace hers for her birthday (today). She really likes it and said she will put it to good use. Mine is already almost full!
We had a craft day today and one on Thursday. We went to Statesboro today to paper craft with several other ladies. It is so interesting to see who does what and it always amazes me at the gifted and talented people. Each have their own unique style and they all do beautiful work. We had about ten gals today ranging in all ages. A good time was had by all.
Royce received his plans today for his Grandfather Clock he is going to build. He predicts it will take him quite a while. We'll both be in our prospective shops doing our thing.
I, personally have been working on our cruise album. I have about half the pictures done. I want to try to finish it this week, if at all possible. Royce this week, finished the Martin House he had started in the fall. It's very nice and we're hoping the bird will come to it.. He laid the foundation for the pole on which it will sit. I'm very excited about it going up.
We're supposed to have pretty decent weather this week, so he should be able to put it up. I'll have him take some pictures of it to post on the blog spot.
Candace and I are planning on attending many craft shows this year. We're getting them lined up now. The Vidalia Onion festival comes up in April and the Bloomin' Festival comes up in Metter the weekend before Easter. That is always a really nice one and we will definitely attend it.
Have a good day tomorrow and be blessed everyone. Thank you all for keeping up with my blog spot...
Love and prayers to everyone!!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Look what Royce has ben doing!

Look what Royce has been building..... He built Potato boxes for Candace and I. Then look what we got weather wise on Friday!! SNOW!!! We were so excited. I know Ohio and the Northern states have better than 20 inches, but we were excited about our 4". Enjoy the pictures!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Happy Wed.!!!

Thinking of everyone and hoping your warm and safe. I know the North is getting a ton of snow and very cold weather. I wish you all well.
I've been back in the shack making some cards. I had received an order of 20 all occasion cards from a friend. Wanted to get those done for her. Enjoy the pictures. I'm not sure the colors are coming out real well. The one with the roses on it is done on a pumpkin colored paper, it's called the brown rose. The other one with the scalloped edges is done in a sage color. Check them out.
We're doing fine, it's been cold. Slightly warm during the day but pretty chilly in the evening..Rain, Rain, Rain!!!! I guess we'll appreciate it come the hot summer.

I'm going to work in the house today, do some laundry and plant my seeds for the plants for the garden. One thing about being down here, you can plant your garden at the end of March. I want to start some different types of tomato plants. One is called an Ox heart and the other is Pear tomatoes.. The pears are not new to the area but the other's are. I was introduced to them by a friend of mine in Ohio. They are a heart shaped tomato and a large and very meaty fruit. They're very good and very sweet. Can't wait to be able to get outside and work in the yard.

Royce and I are going to concentrate on the yard this year and make it very nice. We want to do some different flowers and etc. Very excited about this.
Be blessed everyone and be good. Sorry I haven't been on here as often as I normally am..