Tuesday, August 23, 2011

right around the corner

I've got some recently finished projects to share....soon.  Really, they are just around the corner and if I could just turn that corner, I'd get them posted.  But we're switching gears and heading into our school time routine and for some reason that just seems to stall me out.  It's all part of easing into the new routine.  Eventually I'll get moving again and when I do, I'll show you what I've finished up.    In the meantime, I'll leave you with some photos of our summer's end.....
[Kristyn came to visit. Whoo Hoo! We had a wonderful time catching up and making new memories- here we are heading out to dinner and to see the movie The Help]
[beautiful veggies from Kristyn's mom and dad ~ Thanks Jo Ellen and Howard. 
We've gobbled them all up!]
[John Samuel and Connor scootering down the street~ John Samuel was thrilled to have Connor here!]
[boys in shopping carts at the fabric store....a new project was in the works]

[a day at Greenbrier lake, playing and paddling]
[measuring and cutting...sewing, measuring and more measuring]
[tubing on Lake Meade....that's Maggie and her friend, Michelle]
[sunset on the lake and a very wonderful summer]
So, that's how we've been wrapping up our summer days.....I hope your summer is ending on a beautiful note as well and that you turn the corner into autumn with plenty of grace! 


Meg said...

You've been having a good time, I can see that! Can't wait to see what you've been working on.

Modisch Schreibt said...

Oh my goodness, how I love your sweet little 'forget me not' coffee cup !!!

And that fabric ??!! What are you making !!! How EXCITING

~ The Jolly Bee ~ said...

That's all good fun! And how nice that you got together with Kristyn. I always end summer with a tear in my eye -- I don't do that with any other season, but for some reason summertime is such a wonderful memory-making time.

Amish Stories said...

Greetings from the Amish community of Lebanon,Pa. Richard from Amish Stories.

Plain and Joyful Living said...

Summertime sure is special isn't it?
We are also transitioning here and looking forward to the routine that autumn brings.
Thinking of you.
Warm wishes,

wayside wanderer said...

Oh, what a fabulous looking wrap up and what two very pretty ladies! Can't wait to see what the project is.

Anonymous said...

It looks like you've been having a very fun-filled summer. I love the sunset photo - autumn and summer together.

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Beautiful shots!! What a great ending to your summer days. I hope you and Kristyn had a wonderful visit. Looking forward to seeing what you have been working on ;).

Tracy said...

Enjoy this in between time, Lisa. LOVE that fabric you're cutting out there...what is that?! Love the golden light in your photos... love this golden time of year. :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

Andi said...

What a wonderful way to wrap up summer! Love everything, but that coffee mug is wonderful!

Making It Vintage said...

It's always a little sad, saying goodbye to summer........looks like you made some great memories to treasure.........and just think, you get to do it all again next year.

Love the picture of the boys sat in the trollies amongst all that fabric.


Gloria said...

Your summer looks amazing...:) A lot of fun memories you made here!

Thanks for sharing!

Blessings to you for a beautiful evening.

Kristyn Knits said...

Oh what wonderful memories here!! My favorite picture of the entire trip...you and me together!! Can't wait to post our project and update everyone on your necklace!! Love the boys in the carts...what will we do with them when they don't fit anymore? Our summer is quietly winding down, and we'll soon be gearing up and turning corners as well.

Ellen said...

So glad you got together with each other. It's always fun and refreshing to gather with a kindred spirit friend. Did the movie hold up to the book? And I know about routines being upset or should I say changed...our homeschooling starts next week!

a friend to knit with said...

oh, i am so late to commenting.
it looks like you had one sweet visit with kristyn. and one sweet august!
that makes me happy!