Sunday, August 28, 2011

Preschool, 7 years and Jingle Bells... :o)

Wow, what a title, huh?! :o) Friday was Jimmy's first day of Preschool! My little boy didn't even cry! (I did, just a little...!) 


When I picked him up, he said they had a great time! I asked what they did: Did you color? "No", Did you play with blocks? "No", Did the teacher read to you? "No". So what DID you do?! "I have no idea", he says! I guess he just knows he had fun! :o) 

Seven years ago, Jim and I did this! :o) Happy Anniversary to my best friend! I love you more!
Jim made this cabinet for our CDs and DVDs and for our anniversary, he ordered this vintage doily for me... (Ok, I placed the order and told him about it afterwards! Works for him! HA!)
And I finished "J" for Jingle Bells earlier this week, for my "Snowmen A to Zzzz..." quilt... :o)

7 comments:

Barb said...

Glad the little guy had a fun day at preschool.

Love your stitchery.

Hazel said...

So hard to believe Little Jimmy is going to school.
Happy Anniversary to you both .

Pat from FL and MI said...

What a happy post!

Jimmy is soooo cute! They always say, 'nothing' or 'I don't know'! Sillies!!! They did do something, and they do know!

Happy anniversary.

Love the snowmen. What is it basted to? Are you lining them as you go, quilting as you go, or??? Curious minds want to know!

Laurie said...

WOW! That cabinet is amazing! Happy Anniversary.

Cornfield Quilter said...

Love the snowman block, love the cabinet (really cool), love the doily, and I think Jimmy will break many little girl hearts one day!!!!!

Piece by Piece said...

Angela: You don't have your baby any more he's all grown up. Glad he had a fun day at school.
Love your cabinet and doily, Happy Anniversary.
Patricia

Shasta said...

Happy anniversary. One tip I learned from another blogger: when taking the first day of school photos, in at least one photo, have the child hold up fingers for what grade he is in. That way when all the pictures run together, you know what grade he was in. Of course I learned this when it was too late, but for you, I figure telling you a year early won't hurt.