Monday, October 10, 2011

Ten on Ten: October 2011

 Wow! I FINALLY managed to participate in a Ten on Ten over at A Bit of Sunshine!!! I've been trying to get my behind/camera in gear for literally 6+ months now; how pathetic!  But here I am.  :)  I warn you, my day wasn't too exciting and the weather even less so, but it was the perfect conditions to try out my new rain boots...bonus! Half my day was spent at school and the other half was spent finishing the sewing of my Oktoberfest costume, with a little this and that sprinkled in between. Without further ado, here are my Ten on Ten.  Go check out the rest of them HERE! Yay!
Western's Red Square. 
Fall makes me happy.
Caleb's Beef Stew (sorry vegans).
Favorite potholder, obviously.
New boots.
Sewing, sewing, sewing!
Mr. Munchkin.
Finished project!
Caleb's night off.
Nighty Nook. 

xoxo

12 comments:

  1. Your set is absolutely adorable. I especially like your meaty beefy stew picture.

    I enjoyed peeking through your day, and I can't wait to see more. I'll be following along now. :)

    Alita

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  2. Did you seriously make that costume? Please tell me you didn't so I don't feel like I have wasted all of Mrs. Lamb's sewing skills... :)

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  3. Thanks Alita! I'm following you too! :) Ellen, YES, I did!!! I'm just as surprised as anyone that I actually managed it!!! It was NOT easy, but the finished project was way more than I had hoped for! I guess Mrs. Lamb actually did teach me a thing or two! :)

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  4. Great set! Love your new boots!

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  5. What an interesting day! Your costume is fantastic! Great job. Nice boots, cute husband, looks like life is good.

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  6. The boots are gorgeous and I think the got properly broken in yesterday with all this rain!

    I'm very impressed with your sewing skills - is that your Halloween costume?

    Happy reading!

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  7. Don't be too impressed Teri! This is my first big sewing project, besides a few book covers and a pair of shorts I made in 8th grade. And it shows when you look at it close up. :) I have to wear it this week for work. Hopefully it doesn't fall apart!

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  8. That costume is amazing...I would end up hot gluing the fabric together, but you did an outstanding job! Great pictures!!

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  9. you look too cute. and tho' I'm generally not crazy about beef, that stew looks delicious enough to change my mind!

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  10. Dang... now I feel bad for letting Mrs. Lamb down. At least one of us remembered the skills. It's a fantastic costume!!! LOVE!

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