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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Chats on the Farmhouse Porch!!

I've been kinda busy and haven't joined Ms. Patrice and the other ladies on the porch lately....but thought I would this week!!!


Did you do anything special for Valentine's Day?
Sorta, kinda....we actually went to Cracker Barrel for lunch.  Pappy bought me a beautiful African Violet and a sweet card....oh, and my little stuffed owlie (yes, I'm big kid at heart!!).
Then, we kept our GRANDsons in the evening so that our daughter and "son" could go out for supper!!!
Here's a pic of our funny Valentines....

What was the last craft item you made?
Would you believe that there is rarely a day that goes by that I'm not working on something?  
I have several orders for some of my crocheted items and I've been working on those....plus all those other "work in progress"!!!

Are you planning a garden? 
 Are you swamped with seed catalogs?
We have a small vegetable garden every year.
This year, we don't plan to do as much as we did last year....just maters and cukes and green beans....and flowers in the containers!!!

What cosmetics do you have in your purse?
Just lipstick....I'm a pretty simple gal!!!

When there is a room to be painted in your home, who does the painting?
That would be muah!!!
I love the outcome....but the process, not so much!!!

Thanks, Ms. Patrice, for letting me join!!!
So looking forward to seeing what the rest of the ladies have to say!!! 

Blessings,

Deb


 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for popping by today, Debbie. If my comments had not be forwarded to my email then I would have not known because yours was in my spam folder on my blog. How strange! Anyhow, yes, I'm from Knoxville. I believe we've connected before on another of your other blogs. I didn't realize, though, you participated in Patrice's Chit-Chats. That's cool! I shall look forward to your visits each week. =D

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  2. Your Grandsons are precious. Boys will be boys.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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