Amanda at Stuffed (she's been through a rough time lately- send her some blog love!)
Laura at Rick Rack Ruby
Meg at Dolly Dilettante
Melanie at JellyBeanAngel
Mimi K at Doll
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Broken Foot. Yup, that would be Earl. My sweet husband is the king of mishaps. This was a boating incident. He jumped into water that he thought was deep, but was instead, shallow. Four breaks on the top of his foot requiring six months to heal. I just realized the hidden blessing- at least it's only one foot! This occurred on Sunday. We got home from the E.R. at 1:30 a.m. Yesterday, we went to see the orthopedist for the cast and to the DMV for his temporary disability placecard and this morning he woke up more sore than a back-to-work trapeze artist after a month long Caribbean Cruise! Poor guy! He's had crutches before, but this time he is really sore!
Monkey Wrenches. Also known as pantry moths. Ick! I really didn't take them very seriously until they started to reproduce! Okay, yes, that's how bad a housekeeper I am. The children are sad that I am killing the moths because now the spiders will go hungry. Oh yes, it's the Addams Family at my house! Even I felt like Hitler killing all those egg sacks. Can we say disfunctional? Oh me, oh my. I have been wallowing in a pity party since Saturday, but I have decided that the party is over.
I thought I would get so much accomplished this weekend, but I didn't. Oh. Well. I did get the doll from the last post 99% finished and she is darling! Her name is Dot and she is going to be my offering for the Ava Grace Auction. I wanted to offer up Calico Cottage, but it's not done and I need to get photos and descriptions over to Blondie who is working so hard to help out that sweet little baby. See, you think of Ava and her family and a broken foot or an infestation of moths doesn't really seem so bad. I sure do hope that a lot of people show up for the auction and help this family out.