Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Wednesday...what'cha workin' on?

Parent/Teacher Conferences
Last night, I visited with parents of 46 students...that may not sound like alot...but we were at school for 4 hours...that's more than 10 sets of parents per hour...less than 5 minutes wonder my head was swimming when I got home!
Don't Miss this Give-Away

This is a fabulous tote...just look at the will work in the spring, summer and for fall. My blog friend, Suzanne, is giving this away this month...check out her site for details!
What am I working on, Wednesday?
Well, I'm finishing off the wash cloths that I worked on in the car this summer, on the way to Sioux Falls, to Lincoln, to Grand Island, to Devils Lake, to Grand Forks, and to Fargo...I will list these soon. They are a neat little size to use for washing baby, your complexion or in the kitchen...Watch for them in my Etsy Shop.


Jo-Anne said...

Oh, we certainly don't miss PTC! My husband coaches at a university now full time and I teach preschool in my home. Now we just have to go to them for our daughter. We only have one more to go through high school (she's a freshman)and we just attended hers last week. It really can be a mad house!
Take a nice hot bath, put your feet up and read the new Country Sampler. (I just got mine today!)Hopefully that will help with your swimming head. :):):)

Suzanne said...

Thanks so much, Natalie, for giving my Give Away a shout out! I appreciate it!

I love your washcloths. Afriend made some just like that for me a few years back and they were the most wonderful, absorbent washcloths I've ever had. I used them in my kitchen. Loved them. I might just have to purchase a few! ;o)

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Oh, I love handmade washcloths--and yours are so pretty!! Way to make good use of your travel time!
Smiles, Karen

Kindra said...

Love those dishtowels!! I won a dishtowel like that from a bloggy friend a few months ago. They are so nice!

Renna said...

I homeschooled my daughter, but I remember attending those parent/teacher nights at my son's school each year. I thought they were grueling for us, I never even considered what they were like from the other side of the fence! ;-)

The bag is gorgeous, and your cloths are so cute!