Thursday, November 17, 2011

Chicken Scratch

My friend from church that you saw previously in my blog brought over some leaflets to learn Chicken Scratch.

Here is my heart

And my friend Marie sent a puppy card to make me smile.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A note, an invite, and more

I got the nicest note from my friend Marie. She knows I have two kitties and love animals. She is such an encourager.

I also got an invite for a meal for the library staff in Dec. I am a volunteer and friend of the library. I am looking forward to that. I love libraries. I spent most of my growing up years in one.

It just started to rain. It was real breezy outside when I took Sheba out for her morning potty break. I sure do love fall. Here she is hoping to get more.


I will take pictures of the play tonite that I am doing at Oldenburg Academy. I am playing in the pit.

Here is some pics of the magazines I got at half price books for fifty cents a piece. What a deal. A six month subscription costs twenty five dollars now.




Also wanted to show my friend Iris's snowflaking needlework.








Isn't it lovely. What a neat thing to do with gigham.

My mom had some major surgery last week and a nasty cancer scare. Please pray for a speedy recovery. Scared the heck out of me when I found out. We don't have the best relationship but I love her and my dad very much.

Blessed Stitching,
Sarah Beth

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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

What a sweet gift from secret pen pal.

I got the nicest gift from my secret pen pal the other day. It is a fall applique mini quilt kit. Take a look...







Such an adorable gift. I can't wait to make it. Thank-you so much secret friend.

Two weeks ago I went to a fun girls night called chicks, blessings, and chocolate. I got to give my testimony about how God has helped me through all my health problems. We played a card game called Hand and Foot. I also got to try out my chocolate fountain for the first time. It was really something. We all had such a good time and got to know one another a lot better. Some spent the night but I just stayed real late. Here is my yummy fountain.


A quick note to all of you out there on how to make the kind of chocolate that coats and freezes on the ice cream. It's the leftover chocolate from the fountain.

Buy 14 oz. of Hershey bars. Which is four giant bars.
3/4 c. Vegetable oil.
Combine oil and break up chocolate in bowl.
Melt chocolate in microwave by first putting it in for a minute then stir. Now melt it in 30 sec. Intervals and stirring inbetween each one till the chocolate is thin.
Now spoon onto ice cream. Leftover can go in any storage container. Leave out of fridge. When you want some again just remelt in 30 sec. Intervals.

Enjoy.

Please pray for me I am battling a yucky infection. I am needing to see and infection specialist on the 29th. I have five rounds of unsuccessful treatment. Thank-you.

Blessed stitching.
Sarah Beth

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