I think one of the saddest things I've heard (locally) about the tragedy in Newtown, was a comment made by a young elementary school student to his mom. As she walked him into school, the boy noted that there was a policeman at the door. The little guy looked up to his mom and told her he was glad that the policeman was there at his school, and he hoped the policeman stayed all day. It makes me want to weep.
On a happier note, June is doing much, much better - and again I thank you for your prayers, wishes, and for asking about her! She's still got a nasty sounding cough, but the doctor said to expect that.
As you can see, she's back to her normal, good spirits! I think she may have even *giggled* at me yesterday! She's seven weeks old today. Gracious!
Can I tell you a secret? I still have not done a lot of decorating in the RV (on the other hand, my Christmas shopping is done). I've decorated outside, though! Inspired by a picture my sister sent me of the front of her house, I pulled out the deco mesh and got busy . . .
I've always wanted an outdoor tree! James brought Sawyer over the other day. Sawyer got out of the car, saw the tree and exclaimed, "Look, a tree! Neesey made it!" I have no idea how he knew that!
It's *really* pretty at night ... I adore colored lights at night!!
I also 'spruced' up my gum tree wreath ... I added a big, green bow. It really needed a bow, I think.
Now it looks extra festive (especially with all the red and gold glitter of the burrs)!
And finally I finished up Lesson 3 of my redwork course.
Whipped and lacing stitches made up the last exercise of that one. As you can see, if that was a stitch you were going to use, you'd want to mark your cloth a little differently! I need to get Lesson 4 finished post haste.
More than likely, I'll be back later on today . . . I've got to get some posts in!