I know I said we were staying at Candlewood this weekend because I wanted to avoid Final Four traffic, but we're both suffering from cabin fever and today's events weren't even at the stadium, so we headed home to visit and do laundry.
I snapped some pictures before we left and uploaded them to the computer while we were home. Here's Reid taking it easy in our apartment's living room. He's a little thinner than before the transplant, but is eating better now although most things still don't taste quite right to him.
I've been keeping busy in my spare time working on some projects. I bought this little 1950's era doll on eBay for $10.50. This is the seller's picture.
I detangled her hair, glued it back down, rolled it, and then heat set it. Here she is today dressed for Easter and surrounded with some Easter goodies that Carolyn from Carolyn's Rock and Roll Ginnys website sent to me. Thank you Carolyn! If you enjoy the small vintage dolls of the 1950's (especially the Vogue Ginny doll) be sure and visit Carolyn's site. You won't be disappointed.
I've also been working on something for the Fire Flies Doll Convention in June, but that's a secret so I can't show you any pictures.
When we got home Sophie was glad to see us, but we almost didn't recognize her. Jim had her groomed and she was full of that awful Velcro weed. I don't know if you have that where you live, but it first showed up in our yard a couple of years ago and it's awful. It was all entwined in her long fur, so she's got a shorter haircut for now. (She's actually a Schnauzer.) Please ignore the bag of dirty laundry in the background.
And sweet Mike wanted his picture taken too! (The coloring in this picture is a little strange and I should have fixed it.)
And since I uploaded these pictures to Blogger from home and then inserted the text afterwards some of the words are centered and some aren't. I'm not about to try and fix it because that would probably only make things worse.
Have a good week...Betty