Welcome to my blog about yard sales, crochet, my family and my life. A yard sale map in one hand and a crochet hook in the other.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sunday news

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! We ate too much and loved on the grandkids. Grandpa enjoyed coloring with Della...............

 Maxel's getting bigger and sweeter ...............

 Xander wants to color too.............


Ashton's getting bigger too! I still can't believe I'm going to be a great-grandma!
On a sad note, unfortunately Kayla lost her baby a few weeks ago. She's hurt but is being very strong.
I went shopping everyday except Thursday. Yesterday, Janet and I went to Concord Mills in Concord, NC. We love shopping there because there are so many great shops! Janet thought she would be funny and post this picture of me catching a nap on the way home.........
The warm sun hypnotized me! That's my story and I'm sticking too it! Where in the hell did that turkey neck come from? :-0
Justin, Rodney, Gavin, and Sloan went fishing in Boone, NC yesterday. Don't they know it's snowing up there? Anyway, they came home with 40 lbs. of trout! Fishfry!!




I have been working on some Christmas gifts so I can't show you what I've been crocheting. But I will give you a sneak peek............
Shh! Don't tell anyone! Have a great Sunday and stay warm!

Photobucket

3 comments:

Shirley said...

Good Morning, A belated Happy Thanksgiving, A day spent with family, eating to much, and not really wanting supper. The days have flown and we only have one month left this year. Where did the time go? Your family is growing so fast. I love the colors of the Christmas presents. Have a wonderful day. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend Shirley

homeschooljewelrymom said...

Great family pics, Charlotte :-) That's a lot of fish. The kids are getting so big! I'm so sorry for Kayla's loss; I understand how devastating that is. Glad you had fun shopping. Your Christmas crochet is looking great so far.

Gramma Rita said...

Glad you all had a nice Thanksgiving. We did, too. :) So sorry to hear that Kayla lost her baby. That is so horrible to go through. Laura miscarried at 9 or 10 weeks, a few years ago, and I was with her when it happened. It was perhaps the hardest thing I've ever had to go through. Wanting to help my baby so she didn't lose her baby, but there wasn't a darn thing I could do. Oh my... Anyhoo, hugs to Kayla, and will keep her in my prayers.