Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Christmas Stitching almost finished

I once again needed to skip the rotation to finish up, or try to finish up, the last piece of secret Christmas stitching. I am going to the framers tomorrow after work and I need that last piece finished!! Tonight will be the last little bit. Last night we ran out to the mall to get some birthday prezzies for a niece and nephew and picked up three Disney movies a journal and a fancy bookmark, those are being sent out today. Speaking about birthdays I got an early birthday present from my best friend Dale and here is a snap.


It is the greatest cookie jar. Not that I collect cookie jars but I am a gigantic fan of "The Nightmare before Christmas." If you are not familiar with the movie this is Oogie Boogie. His voice was done by the wonderful Ken Page. This has been one of my favorite movies since it came out in 1993 and I have probably seen it dozens of times. I also learned that there will be a 3-D release of NBC this fall, woohoo!!!!! We also had dinner at the food court in the mall, don't you just love that orange chicken stuff from Panda Express!!

That's about all that is going on for now, thanks for stopping by, I really appreciate the comments and all the great support!!!!!

Take care,
edgar

Take care

6 comments:

staci said...

Can't wait till we get to see all of your secret stitching :) Orange chicken--yum!

Mindi said...

Haha! I love the cookie jar.

Kathryn said...

That is a GREAT cookie jar! I can resist McDonald's and most other fast food, but every so often I just have to have some Orange Chicken.

(written at SFO, waiting for the very late plane to Maui. It's a really gorgeous day, even in The City.)

Cheryl said...

LOL great cookie jar!

Name: Vicki said...

You have really been busy! I love the cookie jar and the movie, too! The veggies are so beautiful! How could you chop them up and eat them!? Have a great day!

Lizzy said...

Oh, what a frightfully lovely cookie jar! lol

When will we finally get to have a peek at some of your *Jingle, Jingle, Jingle* stitching...

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