Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Quigley Down Under

Quigley had her first bath and she and Stiletto are enjoying running through the house. The new house has wood floors so there is more sliding going on than running. Hope you enjoy the pics. Quigley is about 9 inches tall right now.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

New Addition to the Davidsons

Greetings Friends! Sorry it has been awhile since a post. I will have new house pics up soon and news about the new camp job. I am getting settled in and love the new job.

I have been considering getting Stilletto a companion for her long days playing in the yard. The vet called my dad about some possible dogs for my grandparents and I ended up going to see the dogs. I ended up getting a puppy and my grandparents ended up getting her older sister the next day.

The new addition is very shy, but slowly warming up to her new sisters. Oedipus is open, but hesitant as well. Enjoy the pics and I hope to get some others up soon. I named the puppy Quigley because she is from Down Under. She is a toy Australian Shepherd. Her maximum height will be 12 inches and 20 pounds max. She is small for a toy too! She has one blue eye and one brown eye (her brown eye looks scary in the pics, but she is more than adorable in real life)!

Quigley is also getting settled into the family and I'll post some pics of all the kids soon. Who thought I would love dogs so much? Good work Julianne and Zoe!

Have a great Christmas and come back soon to see pics of the camp and house. I love you all!

Monday, September 14, 2009

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Fun Weekend Projects

I've been crafting with supplies from home.

If you see anything you like, let me know.

Baby Bibs and Baby Wipes

Walking Tall

So . . . Stiletto is slowly growing out of the puppy stage.

She has learned to:

1) chill out and sleep around the house

2) hang out with a cat in the room

3) and stand looking out the window without touching the door

Weekend Projects

70 degree weekend of open windows and sewing projects. . .

Wednesday, May 6, 2009


The bluebonnets in central Texas were beautiful on my March trip. Many of the best batches were along the busiest highways. Sorry the pics are from inside the car. Hopefully you can catch a glimpse of the blue blanket the flowers form.

Memories and Meridian, TX

In March, I took a trip to Texas to recruit for Asbury. I drove through Meridian on my way to Baylor and Texas A&M. Below, are pics of the first church I served, my first garage apartment, and my first house. The garage apartment was next to the slaughter house and I can remember saying goodbye to the animals each morning as I got in the car to commute to school. The cute piggies would be gone upon my return. These were some of the most formative years of my life. Lifelong memories and friends were made in Meridian.

Sisters, Sisters

Never were there such devoted sisters! I actually caught a shot of them sleeping side by side. It was short lived.

Spring Has Sprung

Study Break as Spring Arrives

The end of the semester is near, but I thought I would take a break to update my blog. Spring is finally moving into Kentucky. The winter was rough, but it always seems worth it when the blooms arrive.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose

I took some doors off a closet at my house and decided to try them as a magazine rack. Let me know what you think.

Stiletto's New Doo


ps- dog clippers for sale

Monday, February 2, 2009

Catching up for Lost Time

Blog, blog, blog. . . I know most bloggers would consider my blogging, but pictures sometimes speak a thousand words. Whoa, where did those words come from? Enjoy!

God's Wonders

How can something so beautiful, be so deadly? Notice the last picture! My mom kept telling me to go out and get firewood. She's so Texan! Ice+tall tree=hurt head!