Saturday, December 4, 2010

Holiday Time

Hi There, it's been awhile since I last posted.  My poor shop was seriously and I mean it, really in need of CLEANING.  Yes, I put out all the holiday inventory and decorated this week but first I needed to clean up.  I've spent so much time browsing the net and visiting all the lovely blogs and have neglected my daily chores.  Before (fast) internet, my shop was OH so much more clean and organized.  I worked hard this week doing my best to make the shop very inviting.  I'll post a few pics soon and I still really want to post a couple tutorials, too.  Here's hoping I make more sales this year!

Here are some pix of Thanksgiving at my brother's in Alta Loma which is part of Rancho Cucamonga, CA.  He has a mini farm and it was a bit like being out in the country for a day.  It was very relaxing and great seeing everyone.
Looking North to Mt. Baldy, he has snow!   















Hello!
































































I tried to get a pic of the chickens but as soon as the new dog arrived they went into hiding! 

















They have the new fangled Iris, the kind that bloom more than once a year.

Well, that's it for now.  I'm going to go and crochet awhile.  Have a lovely weekend!

5 comments:

Kris said...

How pretty!!!!

lovestitch said...

Hi Annielizabeth,
It's lovely to "see" you again!
Thanks for sharing a lot of beautiful pics, I really enjoyed them!
Hope your business goes very well!
Have a wonderful weekend,
xxx

Josie said...

Hi Annieliz, so nice to catch up with you. I haven't posted in a while either, but I do try to keep up with my fave blogs. I'm sure you're super crazy busy right now with your shop this season. Take some deep breaths along the way. Nice photos. Wow on Mt Baldy, lots of snow it seems for early Dec. Have a great week! xxJosie

Linda said...

The mini farm looks awesome! Good luck with your shop--it looks very nice from the outside (in the picture).

Clara said...

I know, cleaning is a must do and a chore but then it is all worth it in the end. Lucky you to get to go to that mini farm. Cannot wait to see your photos!