Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
We hosted the annual Westcott Christmas Eve brunch, which has been going on in some form since we were kids, I suppose. My siblings and I meet, with our families, and the menu rarely veers too far from custard, bacon, cheese fondue casserole, and fruit salad. This year my son and fam were unable to make it - life is hectic for them, having a very young baby just getting over her first cold. But they did arrive later, thank heavens.
When it was time to take the annual family photo, no one brought a camera! But we figured out the iPhone timer and leaned it up against a potted plant, lol.
We also miss our late brother, and his family, who live in Roseville and Seattle.
Late afternoon, we greeted Warren, Cia, Valentina and Lily.
Christmas Day photos next post.
Saturday, December 26, 2015
I am drowning in photos. All I can do is take a stab at sharing them. This post is just the beginning.Frances Holliday Alford sent me this collage postcard, as a thank you for sending her a quilt block for her 60th birthday.
Santa medley, newly framed turtle mola.
I made these for my granddaughters. Pattern by Ann Wood Handmade, Forest Folk.
The Cooks are here. Sammy asleep by the fire.
Sammy was a great helper for walking the dog. Christmas Eve morning: the festivities are about to begin!
Friday, December 11, 2015
Sorry, dear readers. It's a busy time of year. Here are a few random photos that color my world.
I participated in my friend Barbara's fun holiday boutique last week and was happy with how I did. I brought 5 dogs and sold them all! The birds did well, too.