Saturday, December 13, 2008

A Copasetic Christmas, Carol


What a fun Saturday! I did a little sewing today. I finally got the tree up, and even wrapped a few presents. I used to love wrapping presents, but as the years have gone by, it has begun to lose its appeal. So I felt very pleased with myself to be able to use these quilted gift bags that I made right after Christmas last year. Easy peasy! And they are re-useable many times over. I'm feeling quite happy with this wrapping method. I have several more to use, and will need to wrap only a few in paper this year.


Tonight we went to a concert. We took our two kids and their SO's out for dinner and then to "A Copasetic Christmas Carol" performed by Doug Haining and the Twin Cities Seven. They are a local jazz group who is doing pretty well (every once in a while I hear them on the radio) AND their founding guy, Doug Haining, is my second cousin! He doesn't appear in this picture; it was really hard to get a clear picture without using my flash. The pictures where he appears were all very fuzzy.


Anyway, we had a good time with our kids and their special friends, the food was good, the music was great. I'm feeling pleased with my life at the moment. I wish the same for my dear readers.

3 comments:

Beth said...

Sounds like a fun evening... Where did you eat at? Great way to wrap... it is the part that I detest...scissors, tape, ribbon oh my!

Butterfly said...

Hi Carole!!

Just wanted to let you know that the snowman you made for me last year in the SSCS, is now hanging on the wall in my sowingcorner ;-D
I truly love him!!!

Have a great Christmas!!

Best wishes, Yvonne

True Blue Nana said...

I like the idea of the quilted gift bags. I hate wrapping myself. When my daughter was living at home we would bribe her to do all the wrapping. Her brothers would even talk her into wrapping her own present!