Sunday, December 28, 2014

Happy Holidays! ....belated!

Chef and I were busy watching over this adorable little cutie! She is the apple of her Great Auntie and Great Uncle's eye! What a joy! As Little Man says, "She's my most favorite cousin!"

These are my three adult children! For a little bit of "Christmas Past" I gave them each a little photo of when they were wee one's! I honestly can't believe how fast the time has flown!

The biggest news this year is the "Passing of the Torch" -- to the kids. It started with Thanksgiving and the Youngest (in the middle) with her boyfriend, hosted Christmas early on the 20th. Then Motorcycle Man hosted Christmas Day with his girlfriend. My oldest was off with her boyfriend to his parents for Christmas Day. It is amazing how they have taken on life and I am so extremely proud of them all!

Little Man was with his father this Christmas, so we will be celebrating Christmas with him come early January after the New Year! ZIPPY, his elf, has requested Santa to come and make a special stop at Nana and Grandpa's house once he gets back! So the celebrations will continue!

As for SEWING NEWS....my machine is done....died....gone to sewing machine heaven. The repairs far outweigh the cost of a new one -- so I am going shopping in the new year to replace my Symphony.... with Another SYMPHONY!!!! I couldn't dream of sewing on anything else!

Happy Quilting everyone!

Margo

2 comments:

desertskyquilts said...

You have such beautiful children! Isn't it nice to see them turn into responsible adults and know you've done your parenting well, even if you weren't perfect? That baby is adorable, too. I am not familiar with the Symphony, so I looked it up and it seem like a do everything machine. What are the features that you just don't want to live without? You are lucky they still make the machine you love!

Quilting Momma said...

Thanks so much! I am a very proud Mom! My new little great niece is just adorable. You know those gummy toothless smiles! As for the machine...I am hoping to be up and running after the New Years. Until then, I am sewing on the spare when I can!