Thursday, July 28, 2011

Life moves too fast!!

Where has the time gone!!!???  It seems like just yesterday that I posted pictures of my sweet Tulip but it's been much longer than that.  So much has happened since my last post.  My 86 yr old mom fell and broke her leg right below the hip line.  She had to have surgery---a rod put in her thigh--and she is currently in rehab.  On top of that, she has been fighting cancer for a while now and she has been on chemo.  All that adds up to slow healing and no walking for at least 3-mos!!  She is not a happy camper right now and she wants out of rehab ASAP!!  Poor mom, we are doing all we can to make her comfortable.  Thank the Lord for my sister, Barbara, who is retired and able to take care of mom.  Love you Barbara Jean!!  Anyway, other news is that my daughter is pregnant and there will be the sound of tiny feet in our home in the near future!!  Well actually, we have tiny feet now--Tulip!!  But you know what I mean.  We are excited and preparing for this new arrival in Feb. 2012.  I'll update you as this blessed event progresses. 
I'm trying to work on a few projects and will be posting pictures soon of my recent activities.  It's really hard to stay motivated with so much going on, but ideas keep coming so I'm trying to stay involved in my crafts.  In the meantime, here are more pictures of my sweetie-pie puppy, Tulip!!

This is Tulips very own pet - "George"

                                            Tulip really loves George and carries him everywhere!

                                     This is Tulip in trouble--and trying not to look me in the eye!
"If I don't see it, then it didn't happen, right?"

"Maybe if I smile I won't be in trouble!"

This is why Tulip was in trouble--she tore into a bag of jewelry
and destroyed a necklace!! - Bad Tulip!!

Who could stay mad at this face?!?!!  Ok Tulip, you're forgiven!!

Hope you enjoyed the pictures of the lovely Tulip--I'll be posting pictures of all my latest creations soon!!

God Bless all and any who read this,

Pat,  A Remade Life