Back home, it was nice to give Kai some one-on-one time. We read some books and then did work around the house together. Kai was happy and good all day. It is nice to know I can keep him out of trouble if I teach him to work and keep him busy.
The farmers started harvesting. I am sad to see the golden hills disappear.
Here are a couple pictures of the living room. We spend a lot of time in there as you can see.
A girl in the enrichment committee of our ward saw this blog and asked if I could teach a sewing class on oven mitts and pot holders. I feel honored and also very excited. If you have any suggestions regarding teaching sewing classes, please let me know. It is my first time, and I want to be as prepared as I can. I am planning on sewing up some samples this week. Yes, it is about time I have a sewing entry, isn't it? Christmas quilt, star quilt, and Whirlygiggling quilt to follow.
Have a great Labor Day!