Monday, December 29, 2008

After Christmas update

I hope everyone had a nice Christmas. I have to be honest and say that mine was okay. Different. Quiet. I had my moments. But then I do everyday. But I am doing alright and trying to keep myself busy. But I'm getting ahead of myself.

I spent Christmas Eve cleaning house, wrapping gifts, finishing and framing a small piece that I stitched for my Aunt and Uncle. Since I was going to Christmas dinner at their house I HAD and wanted to make sure I got them a gift. It also dawned on me that I have never stitched anything for them. How that happened I have no idea. Especially since I am sure my siblings can attest to the fact that they have ALL gotten numerous stitched gifts from me over the years. The pattern is a freebie from The Sampler Girl called an Irish Home Blessing.

Since I still had time before going to 8 PM Mass I spent some of it making cheesecake to take to my Aunt and Uncles for dessert. Cheesecake with cherry topping. I love my cheesecake and it is really simple to make. Doesn't look yummy?

Christmas morning was quiet. Rosie provided the entertainment in opening her gifts. She was persistent in getting all the toys out of her stocking. Of course a little catnip helped. :)

Well that's all for tonight. Blogger and my computer aren't behaving and this post is long enough. Plus it is time to go stitch. I am working on a very special project. I hope to have photos of it soon.

Tomorrow I'll continue with another finish and some Christmas S.E.X.

Until then........
Love and stitches


Donna said...

Sounds like it was a nice Christmas after all. Happy New Year to you, Kathy!

Meari said...

Is that a baked cheesecake? LOL@ Rosie. Sounds like a nice Christmas, Kathy.

Nancy said...

Your gift was very well received, I am sure of that!!! My favorite cheesecake is cherry, yum! Rosie looks pooped after playing with the catnip. Looking forward to more projects from you. Happy New Year!

Carolyn NC said...

Rosie looked like she was having fun. The Irish blessing is lovely & I'm sure they loved it. Hope this next year is a little easier for you.

Daffycat said...

Sweet Rosie.


Cindy F. said...

Such a pretty finish for your aunt and uncle:) and that cheesecake does look yummy!!
You have a great site! Just found you from the BB Interactive Board:)

Patricia said...

Yummmy looking cheesecake, I bet your present was loved. And your kitty looks like she loved her gifts :)

Meowstitcher said...

CHEESECAKE! It does look yummy. I love the pattern you stitched - I have to put that on my wish list!
I adore Rosie! She is sooooo cute. I miss my kitties. But I will visit your blog and ohh and ahh over Rosie!
Thanks for sharing

Debra said...

Great pictures and congrats on your finish.
Debra in Indiana

Kelly said...

Congrats on your finish and it sounds like you had a good Xmas!

Anonymous said...

Kathy, I can almost taste that cheesecake it looks so good. You are going to have to share that recipe with us. Lovely stitching you did and thought of you on Christmas day.

Mylene said...

That's a great finish, congrats!!
And hmmm..Cheesecake looks yummy!!

Rene la Frog said...

I am so happy you were able to be with family for Christmas and you got your stitched gift finished. I know your Aunt and Uncle must have been thrilled with it.

Rosie looks so cute, good Christmas for her too.

Now I want some cheesecake. My very favorite dessert.

Debbie said...

Glad you had a good holiday with family and watching Rosie's antics.
The cheesecake sounds wonderful. Cute finish too!