Our Rosie was so tired after playing with Abbey all day that she just had to get settled in for a long night's sleep. Isn't it great to snuggle up with an old, soft afghan?
Do you think she was a little jealous. Just couldn't seem to get close enough, just about 65 pounds of "lap dog".
Abbey had to have a little tea party on the old baker's table. She had been helping pick up and burn sticks in the yard and really needed a break.
One of the first things Abbey wanted to do was go visit Harley, our neighbor's dog. He has been her buddy since she was born and he was so excited to see her. He even jumped in the back seat with her when we were leaving!
What a nice relaxing two days, even though we got quite a bit done for spring. Abbey and Papa went on a ride last night and saw 32 deer, 1 squirrel, 2 chickens, 2 phesants, 1 alpaca, and 1 coyote! Pretty darned exciting when you're six years old.
Tomorrow is back to the real world of shopkeeping, but it should be a fun day. Debbie is coming to help me get started with our "redo". We're going to start at the back of the shop and work our way forward. It always feels so much better to move things around and get a fresh look.
I got a call from Terri today and she has been working on lots more handmades. They will be delivered sometime Wednesday, so that will be another exciting day. I love her work and feel so lucky that she found me! Can't wait to see what she brings this time.
Tonight I'm sewing, sewing, sewing. Trying to get some Liberty and Uncle Sam dolls ready for our Americana section and more black dolls finished up. Wish I could just wave a magic wand!!! Speaking of sewing, guess I better get moving while I have a chance. Hubby went to the Michigan State vs North Carolina game tonight (he was so excited), so that gives me the evening without many interruptions.
Have a great evening and I hope to have more pictures tomorrow. Until then...