"On the plains of Oklahoma, with a windshield sunset in your eyes like a watercolor painted sky, you'd think heavens doors have opened."
Fly Over States

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Dog Tired

Incredibly long several days but wonderful to be home.

 We still have a long way to go on unpacking but in all honesty, I actually feel like we are ahead of schedule.  I think I will have the Christimas tree up and decorated barring anything unforseen, tomorrow. 

I didn't take any pictures of my current longarm room out in the barn but here are some shots of my regular sewing room.   I am still setting it up and have a ways to go.

I am absolutely thrilled with it.  It looks quite bare but I am saving the better part of one wall for a design wall and there will be a lot more color once I finish moving in. 

The girls have been champs. 

Pearl has been an angel but this has taken its toll.

OMG, they are tired.

Pearl has the lightest eyes of any of our Samoyeds.  Still brown but very light brown.  I think they're pretty.

Happy Quilting,

Penny, Evelyn and Pearl


Mary said...

I'm so glad to hear you made it safe and sound. That looks like a good start on setting up the sewing room.
Mary in AZ

Anonymous said...

Welcome HOME! Must be such a wonderful feeling for you all!

Girls sure do look exhausted. Did they stay awake the whole time you were on the road?

Happy to hear that all's well there and moving right along!

Great sewing room, too.


Sherry said...

Me too...glad you made a safe trip.

Welcome back to God's country!

JessicaSews said...

Safe and at home, that's wonderful news.
Getting the sewing room started, love it! It will be fun to see it over time.

The sleeping dogs have made me sleepy!

Enjoy putting up the Christmas tree!

BilboWaggins said...

Been thinking about you all. Happy to know you are HOME, and safe. Te tiredness will pass but the girls look exhausted, poor darlings! I had to laugh that you already have your sewing machine set up. Don't beat yourself up about decorating - being home, together and off the roads during the holiday season is the most important thing.

Miriam said...

Great to see you reached your new home safely.

Ohhh your sewing machine is set up already!!!

I hope the girls are back their old selves soon.

Enjoy creating your new home. :)

Anonymous said...

Glad you made it home safely!

ranette said...

Yeah! I've had you all on my mind the last few days! Welcome back to Oklahoma....besides being tired, doesn't it feel good?

Your sewing room looks huge...we need to set up a play date soon!

LindaWI said...

I'm so happy you all made it home safely. Those are two tired dogs!

Suzanne Kistler said...

Welcome home!!!

Anonymous said...

SO glad to hear you made it HOME. Your sewing room looks fabulous already!

Infinity Quilter said...

I was wondering if you were finally home. Figured you were re-grouping after the long road trip. Glad you're finally home and your sewing room looks wonderful! Can I come stay with you for the winter....look at the GREEN grass you have!!!

Stephanie D. said...

Priorities! Must get the therapy room set up first!

The girls looks so cute sleeping there on the floor together. Is Pearl the one that's belly-up?

Paula said...

Welcome home, Penny. I know you're glad to have the trip behind you. I'd be willing to bet that you haven't stopped smiling since you got there. Enjoy setting up your new home.


swooze said...

Glad you got home ok!