Monday, June 29, 2009

Happy Monday!




How is everyone? I feel like I am neglecting my blog (and my beadwork) so I thought I would post a couple of teaser pictures of my may BJP. As I said in a previous post, I don't want my daughter Jess to see this page until it is finished, so that's all I can post for now. At least you have a taste of what it looks like for now!
We had a wonderful weekend this past weekend. On Saturday we had a family cookout at Mike and Jessica's house. My sister Kim and her husband Alex were visiting from Texas so we all got together to celebrate seeing them. Her daughter Kara and hubby Adam and their 2 little adorable girls were there, My hubby and I, Jess and Mike, daughter Courtney and grand-angel Kileigh, my Mom and dad were also able to come for the cookout. It was nice catching up with everyone. I wish we all got to see each other more. Its so hard having family out of state. We just have to make the most of it when we are able to get together! HI KARA!! I am so happy to know you check my blog every week! Love you all!

6 comments:

Carol said...

I saw the pic of your teaser on my blogroll and immediately recognized your work! How bout that!

Its hard to find the time to bead with the weather being so great and people coming and going. Glad you're having a good summer.

runningonink said...

Oh cool! Can't wait to see it all! Sounds like a good time with your family!

Lindsay said...

Can't wait to see the finihaed product

pam T said...

great teaser photo! can't wait to see it...
you sound like a busy lady, hope all is going well for you, Tracey...

Lynn said...

HI There! So good to see your work again -- even if it's just a peek. This looks as fab as all your others! Keep enjoying that wonderful family of yours; us cyberfriends will be here when you return :)

Plays with Needles said...

I enjoyed the sneak peak...especially like the contrast of the stem and leaves with the white beads...really neat. And congratulations on the baby boy and all your family-ness. At the end of the day, that's the most important thing...