Awww . . . thank you Sandra! That is exactly what I did this afternoon . . . Theresa & Tammy came over to "play" AND a matter of fact, there was chocolate involved! It felt wonderful to go downstairs and craft. I'm still not all done, with all my cards that I'm taking to regionals . . . I'll save those for tomorrow night. Here are a couple cards I did, when Theresa & Tammy were over. I just got the little chef (Voilà Stampin' Up! stamp set) and the scallop envelope (it's a Sizzix brand, but I ran it through my Cuttlebug just fine) in the mail this past week . . . it sure was fun to play!
Theresa and I started "Cousin Night" last year. Once a month, the other ones kids go to the cousins house for a sleep over. Last night it was our turn for Cousin Night. The boys sure do enjoy their time with their cousins! Can you guess which two are mine? Give you a hint . . . they take after their Mom?! :o) The boys do like cutting things out with the Cricut and coloring together, so they really had to twist their Aunt's arm to craft! We had our traditional Pancake Puffs (something different than just pancakes), for breakfast and then Theresa & Bruce were here to pick the boys up. :o( It is not only fun for the boys to have time with their cousins, but it gives the non-hosting parents get a date night! ;o)
Dad had a pretty bad time, when Theresa and I went to see him this morning. His blood pressure was 55 over ?, the doctor couldn't hear his systolic number at all. I can honestly say, the doctor & nurses were ALL over it/him! He had about 10 people in his room . . . pumpin' drugs in him, taking blood, and hookin' him up for an EKG. After about 35 minutes, his blood pressure (BP) was getting back to where it should be and he started getting some color back in his checks. You could tell he was beat and he was yawning alot . . . so we took that as a clue to let him rest. Just hung up with him and his BP and heart rate were both doing pretty good. They're doing another test tomorrow . . . we'll keep our fingers crossed that this goes well, so he's on his way to recovering.
Thank you for the thoughts and prayers . . . and stopping by the craft room! :o) Talk at 'ya tomorrow!