First we would like to congratulate our Winners of our Drawing!
The Winners are: Cardinal Plaque: Kay Johnson Christmas Panel Kit: Marie Retter $15.00 Gift Certificate: Val Jacoski
We would like to remind everyone, we will be closing at Noon on Christmas Eve and reopening on Monday, January 4, 2021.
Mom and Grandma says they're both sleeping the first 2 days of vacation at home.
I know Mom. She won't. She'll sleep into around 8am and be up and doing something for the rest day. That's sleeping in for her. The rest of the week, she'll be up at sunrise and doing something.
I am hoping she sleeps longer because I can sleep longer. I'm not counting on it, though.
Mom hasn't enjoyed the snow storm but I sure am.
Jumping snow piles in a single bound, plowing snow with my chest, not being able to see where I'm going, and just general chasing around in the snow and snow piles. The snow is deeper than I am tall!
Not to mention supervising Mom while she plows and digs herself out when she gets the truck and plow stuck. I get to see my human friends when Mom plows and I have met some new friends because this snowstorm. I got to go with her to get new snow tires and meet up with some human friends and made some new ones while waiting for the tires to get put on the truck.
When it comes to Grandma being out in the snow, I stay close to her so she won't slip and fall. I take my job protecting Grandma very seriously.
2020 has been a crazy year. Plague, drought in the Summer, face masks, eating lots of take out, toilet paper, paper towel, disinfectant shortages and now over 3 feet of snow. If there was anytime to keep a journal, this was the year.
We would like to thank everyone for your support during these uncertain times. We truly appreciate it! We are happy everyone is enjoying our Fabric Reveal Parties. We are going to one more before Christmas and record one to share over our vacation. The Fabric Reveal Party is going to be more spontaneous this week as Mom is still trying to get rid of the ice in the parking lot. She's given up on clearing the sidewalk for now. We've gotten it cleared out at the main entrance and the parking lot is slowing getting cleared of ice and snow. Keeping our customers, staff and families safe has been our #1 priority this year and will continue to be so in 2021.
We hope everyone has a safe and Merry Christmas. Have a safe and Happy New Year. Here's hoping 2021 will be a better year.
We'll see ya'll next year!
Keeping you in Stitches, Obi the Wonder Dog, Moda the Bandit Dog, Maryanne, Mary Lou, Elizabeth, & Monica