Now with the holidays coming it is bound to get only more hectic. I had planned to make a bunch of quilts and even do an Advent Tree quilt for Sawyer. I knew I should never have put that off this summer.
My CRV is in the shop so we are working with one vehicle. We picked up the police report today and sent it to the two insurance companies. The other insurance cannot find the vehicle owner or the driver. Imagine that. There has got to be something illegal about that.
The good news is that our photos from the Santa CAAWS event came out unbelievably gorgeous! Even if he wasn't my flesh and blood I would still think this was the wicked cutest Santa shot ever in the entire space and time continuum.
I will show you Sawyer's and my own stinking cute dogs when it gets closer to Christmas. But you really should spend the money on a trip down here next year to let Santa CAAWS do your dog photos, for sure! And we could do a side trip of Swamp Tour and get some quilting in there too!
The day with Sawyer was fun. The dogs were exhausted though! They slept the deep sleep of those who are relieved of sentry duty for the night. DiNozzo has to be the nursemaid dog and worries about Sawyer being safe.
We set up his tent and Sawyer played on quilts made by his grandma and great grandma.
They read books and he enjoyed a midday repast. He is getting pretty good with that fork!
Even Better News is that while Frank was turning the sprinkler system off and preparing the faucets outside for the freeze tonight, he found my keys.
They were on the sill of the kitchen window. Outside! I am pretty sure I did not put them on the outside window sill.
All this time I have been searching for my keys and they were just inches from me when I washed the dishes or cooked. Amazing.