Happy Friday! Boy did this week fly by! I'm not the only one who thinks so either. A couple of the other blogs I follow made the same observation. Not that I'm complaining. There will never be enough time to get everything done that I need to but getting to the weekend quickly is always a good thing.
It's been a busy day already. Asher had his two year check-up today. He did real good. He is very tall (37+") and apparently has a big head. The doctor asked if he comes from a big-head family. So, here's the thing. I know I come from a tall family, I'm 5'10". Dave comes from a big and tall family. Ergo, Asher come's from the land of giants: long legs, long arms, long waists and big heads. However, when a doctor starts asking questions like that about my wee baby boy, my brain stalls. I started picturing a bunch of tiny headed, petite ancestors. I had to call my husband after the appointment to let him know how it went. He answered the phone and I led with, "You have a big head, right?" There was a bit of a pause and then a quiet "Yes", probably through gritted teeth. I then explained why I was asking. He proceeded to remind me of my own build and said that my Dad's head is bigger than his. Thank goodness the appointments will only be once a year from now on!
From there, Asher and I went to Joann's (because what's better to soothe a 2 year old after getting two shots than buying fabric?). I bought floss and found more of the fabric I used on the "Laurie's Proposal" pillow. I also found the perfect fabric for a grouping of things that I am going to make for my Mom's bathroom. She wanted rocking horses (no surprise) and the fabric I found had rocking horses on it. WOO! HOO! I'm going to work on some sketches today and I'll keep you updated on my progress. I am planning on making patterns for what I make.
I am also already in-progress on a sweet, little pillow inspired by "Ring-a-ring of roses". All red and white with a bit of blue. Very pretty! I'm going to keep this one to myself though, until I'm finished. There has to be some mystery, right?
Speaking of mysteries.... I am currently reading "U is for Undertow" by Sue Grafton. I love this series! I love Kinsey Milhone, the P.I.! I want to be her assistant or unpaid intern, I wouldn't care. There are some literary characters that you get to know so well they become like a friend. Each time a new book comes out it's like a letter from your friend filling you in about what has been going on with her. I have always felt that way about Kinsey Milhone.
Alright! Enough of this typing! Off to wind floss...
Enjoy your day!