Thursday, May 10, 2012

A Few More Photos From MIL Visit

I learned something new last week, that using MIL is short for Mother-In-Law! How have I been married 10 years and not know this abbreviation?! So handy, thank you for sharing it with me.

So I have a few photos left over from when my MIL was here last week and the week before. I wanted to share them with you!




 The main reason my MIL came to visit was to see Madeynn in something. We didn't know if it was going to be Show Choir, her play or dance. Turns out it worked out for her to see her dance at a competition. Along with three other dances she was in, she was also in a duet the weekend that Kay was here, so it worked out just right. Here Madelynn is with her dance partner Sean. His mom is a professional photographer, we were lucky enough to get these beautiful shots of Madelynn.

Here is the duet if you are interested in watching, it's really beautiful.




 I had a little down time while Kay sewed for me. I am wearing one of the sweaters she worked on; it needed new buttons!

 Little vintage red sweater with some fresh buttons does a girl good!

We also went and met my mom for coffee, we took her to a third wave coffee shop (anyone know what one is? Leave it in a comment and I'll send you a treat:)

And here's us having our last lunch together after church.

I am still embroidering away, here is my progress (my MIL taught me):
Looks pretty great, doesn't it?! Slowly but surely it's coming along. As you can see it took me a while to get the hang of the French Knots, but that's ok, that's how you learn...I'm proud of what I've done so far!

See you soon--oh today I drank a huge Powerade, 3 bottles of water, ate a banana, drank some OJ, and have some Potassium pills on the way, I'm trying to get rid of this quickly. It's got me a little down to be honest.

I hope to have another post up this weekend! See you soon friends.
Oh, one more thing, check me out on Robyn's blog She Makes Hats today!!!

14 comments:

chestnutmocha said...

hello Gina!

1) Madelynn is beautiful!!!
2) love the mushroom stitching!
3) how did you guess what i am feeling like right now? thanks for your comment! You opened my eyes. I just feel terribly tired and not motivated all the time but now I know it's just OK after the vacation and I just need to keep doing what I need to do :-) Thanks!
Have a good weekend!!
Katie

chambanachik said...

She's a beautiful dancer!

Autumn said...

It's absolutely crazy how he throws her over his shoulder. They are so talented!

Julie Marie said...

she dances beautiful =)

Liza said...

Every time I see your embroidery I think about how I should dig out my neglected tea towels that are hardly done. Your skills are far superior to mine!

Your daughter is beautiful, just like her momma! Hope you have a great Mother's Day!

Emily Rose said...

Oh my goodness, they are incredible dancers. How long has she been dancing for? Beautiful!

Creating Through LIFE said...

You must be so proud of your daughter! Great job on the embroidering it's looking just lovely. Have a HAPPY Mothers Day!

Jasmine of ❤AdamAlexMommy❤ said...

hey, you! thank you all for the sweet comments. :D

haha, cute that you just learned what MIL was short for. you are too cute. we all learn something new everyday, right? :D

love the vintage cardigan on you. new buttons always brighten up an old item. you always look amazing. :)

good that you met up with your mom. :) hope you have a lovely wknd!

theolivetree said...

I adore my MIL...!! I lucked out...I one heard the term mother-in-love...which I thought was cute. Glad you enjoyed your time together!!

PrettyRiot said...

Love it! I have no other words :)

Anne-Claire Poupon said...

Nice post!!

Take care and have a lovely week-end :)

charla beth said...

aww, i love this!<3 so many sweet pictures.

and that embroidery looks awesome! i hope you'll post pictures of the finished product:)

Jessica said...

What a great find in the vintage red sweater! And I love the pics of coffee and desserts! -Jessica

Hespyhesp said...

Love the embroidery! Those French Knots! I learn them and forget them the next day. I always have to go back and watch a video to get the hang of it again!


Love the sweater! And your girl is beautiful, just like her mom!