I am so proud of myself! I have made all of my sisters, sister in laws, and my mother's Christmas gifts this year. They are very cute and I pray they enjoy them as much as I did making them. Janelle and Kalyn have enjoyed helping with the ironing, sewing, and wrapping of each gift. There is nothing like team work!
As we are coming to a close in our schooling for the holidays, I have done a review of where each girl is at in her subjects. I can say that I am very pleased with each of their progress this semester. They are working very hard and it shows ! Way to go girls!!!
My husband has been very busy. ... (this is of course his busy time of the year, with it being deer season and all.) I am not a hunter nor do I like being where their could be a snake or other vermin crawling about, but he has had me drop him off at deer blinds while he was "on the hunt" for a buck. Let me tell you, driving in complete darkness is totally not fun! I got lost!!!! I dropped him off one morning and on the way home, nothing looked right, so I whined up at a completely different part of the ranch. Luckily, I knew where I was (after getting there!) and was able to make it home.
My husband finally bagged the buck after a week of playing "hid and seek" with it. He called me so excited and asked for me to come get him ( and DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA). I show up in my sleepers of all things... thinking that he could just take a picture and I can stay in the truck.... WRONG... I had to get out and take pictures. I told my husband that I now need ranch shoes! I was so scared that some critter would crawl up and my poor feet would be bite.. That being said, I am now the proud owner of hiking/ ranch boots!
Here is one of the pictures I so bravely took! Hey, after all, I had to walk in the brush with all but sleepers on!
Just yesterday, he bagged two doe! Can you see what my future holds?