Saturday, October 30, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Our "big plans" for the Halloween weekend involve holing up in the house, out of the rain and cold, and enjoying our respective favorite pastimes. Selfish, yup, but hey, at our age, hubby and I deserve some downtime.

Although, I don't know if it counts as downtime when my favorite hobbies are also my business! Hmmmmm, interesting question. I suppose for those of us who are fortunate enough to make our money doing what we love, it doesn't really matter. :-)

So my weekend, my friends, is being spent working on some sewing, catching up on some candle and melt orders (which I sell through my other site, Autumn Comforts), likely some cooking of nice, hot, comfort type foods (don't you love autumn cooking?), watching T.V. (especially my favorites; creepy horror movies!), and working on another cross-stitch. Aaaaahhhh... all of that and mochas with extra whip, and I'm a happy, happy gal!

I just placed an order with a new designer, too! Well, she's not a new designer... just new to my line-up at Hannah's! Expect several new (gorgeous!) primitive cross-stitch patterns and even a couple of needlepunch patterns soon from Pineberry Lane. LOVE her stuff! :-)

Have a fab-BOO-lous Halloween weekend!! :-)


  1. You are not alone in the desire for down time. My husband and I have a tradition of spending Halloween evening dining out, but this year we will be cozying up to some vintage Japanese films in a candle lit bedroom ignoring the doorbell (if anyone dares approach a dark house!). It was different when my boys were young, of course! Karmen

  2. Sounds like the perfect way to spend Halloween to me! Enjoy those movies and time with your DH and doing what you love. Happy Halloween! Deb

  3. Perfect way to spend Hallowe'en if you ask me. I am spending mine working on a new needle punch pattern for Christmas. Thanks for stopping by and also becoming a Follower. I appreciate it!! Have a great evening. millstonemercantile

  4. Hey there Neighbor..well practically anyway..I live in washington state..we used to live down in vancouver wa..loved it..hubby worked in portland..I love comfort food and a good movie and a nice fire...we are expecting about 20 or so trick or little goodie bags done up..will see..hope you enjoy a nice cozy night at home.;)

  5. Hi glad that you found my blog.
    I have read through yours and see that you like so many of the same things that I do. Look forward to reading more of your posts.