However there was a tad left when we arrived on Wednesday.
Snow in Dixie is always exciting.
3. Christmas in the Kitchen
4, BEE Happy
5. Handstitched Love
When you give something you make with your hands it is filled with love. Thanks to my stitchy friend, Meg, who stitched this and DESIGNED it. I love houses so this was a perfect gift and finished so perfectly. Thank you Meg for taking the time to stitch this for me. It will always have a special place on my tree. Now you ladies see why I could never have a themed tree. My themed tree is family and friends!!
My mother seemed to be doing better when we left. It seems the problem is that her heart rate falls as she stands up, making her dizzy and swimmy headed as she describes it. The Nurse Practioner gave her some things to do ...get up slowly. Stand in one place to the count of ten before walking...etc. We will see if this helps. She goes to her cardiologist and to the NP for a recheck in two weeks. Thank you for your prayers. Please keep them coming.
And lastly....I reached 100 subscribers. One hundred and One to be exact. I promised a giveaway so in the new year you can look for one here at Nanaland. I want to do a good one and right now I am so busy that I could not do it justice. But I have not forgotten and I am so appreciative of all my followers!