Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The Maddness of March

Well it has been too long since my last post, where should I begin? March started of with a bang in regards to kid activities. There have been soccer games, the celebration of my oldest's 7th birthday, a meet and greet with a childrens' author (Mary Pope Osbourne of the Majic Treehouse Books), Sports Day (see the beautiful Spring Day pic to the right), playdates and now Spring Break. The girls have been keeping me busy. Did I mention I started a new job 6 weeks ago? The new job is beginning to jive. I am working at an outpatient surgery center getting both kids and adults ready for surgery. Lots of IV starts and cocktails of ....the GOOD stuff. So this adds early mornings to my routine. 0600 am work arrivals to be specific, the alarm goes off at 0440 which about killed me on the Monday after Daylight Savings. Well, thats my March so far! Up next this week.....the San Antonio Zoo, The Alamo and the Texas Memorial Museum. I mentioned Spring Break, right?

As far as stitching I have 2 pics for ya'll today. The 1st one is my latest project from Brodi Broda. It is a birth sampler for my cousin's little one in the oven. The little peanut is to be born late April in Seattle, Washington. We know he's a boy but name is to be determined. #2 is my TUSAL which was do on the  Ides of March. The container is beginning to fill but still slow in comparison to most! Enjoy and Happy Saint Patricks Day, hope you have your green on!


Elaine said...

Sounds like you are very busy. Love the baby sampler, its so cute! Good luck with your new job, that early start would kill

Amy said...

I love San Antonio. We are planning to go there in Oct. I am wanting to stay in Galveston this fall too. Not sure if we are going to stay at Moody Gardens or on the seawall.

Have a great day.

Nicola said...

Oh, you'll have to post your trip to Galveston. I haven't been back since Hurricane Rita. I hear everything is back to normal. Just love the Moody Gardens!

Karyn said...

Hey cutie, I missed you :) I love San Antonio, you're gonna have a blast!

The sampler is gorgeous, I love the style and your TUSAL jar is looking good, with a hand made easter egg hanging above, no less ;)

Have a safe week