She’s your lobster!*

Lavender over at the awesome blog Thread Square did me the honor of including me on her list of bloggers deserving of love!

Swheeeeeet! To play along, and spread the love, I must now:

  • Acknowledge the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them.
  • Give this award to 5 other bloggers. Please let them know through a comment on their blog.
  • Post this wonderful award on your blog.
  • Bask in the glory bestowed upon you and appreciate all the amazing bloggers out there.
  • Enjoy and spread the good vibes around.

So….

Thanks Lav, you babe, you.

And

These ladies are full of awesome:

Ginger of Ginger Makes

Lizz of A Good Wardrobe

Eunny of Dispatches from Whitcomb Street

Isaspacey of As I said

Petite Josette of La Petite Josette

There! Done. Done. Done. Done. And, DONE!

Meanwhile, I’ve been sewing and jumping into schoolwork (I had to watch The Firm and Twelve Angry Men, among other things) to stay distracted. There were more problems with my granny and she wasn’t able to go home after all :( She had a Defibrillator put in yesterday. VERY scary business! I just spoke to her a moment ago. She’s weak and still groggy. It’s tough.

Anyway, to stay distracted, I’ve been preparing to get into Frida mode for my Sew Weekly pics.

I went from this:

To this!

My children told me I look beautiful! Which is nice of them to say, as I went on a trip with the three little ones today and I am worn the hell out. We went to The Brooklyn Children’s Museum which is AWESOME! I’m thinking of getting a one year membership. Paying for the six of us to go anywhere costs a fortune, the cheapest one year membership would pay for itself within two visits.

These pictures were taken with the Photo Booth feature on my new computer! I’ve had it about a week now and I luff it so much! Thanks to Drew and Daniel at Tekserve! Talk about great customer service. I nearly had to club my husband over the head to get him out of there, lol.

Thanks for all of your comments on my post about my baby girl! And the well wishes for my grandma, she needs all the positive energy she can get right now.

*Who can tell me where the title quote is from?

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