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Monday, December 10, 2012
Cajun Corner - Vol. 4, No. 47
Cajun Corner – Vol.
4, No. 47 – December 10, 2012
Jour!Welcome to Cajun
Stitchery’s weekly email and welcome to our family.
We have been very busy here at Santa’s Little
Workshop.George and I worked all
weekend completing orders.Heck, we even
missed the beach parade.It certainly
was not a depressing weekend.We had the
Christmas music going and it really felt like Santa’s Little Workshop with
Clothilde and Boudreaux stitching away.
George now has an embroidery program on his
computer and is learning how to download designs.
Last week George decorated the house with a few
Christmas things such as a small tree on a table.We decided that we would go with a small tree
this year because Boudreaux now resides in the living room. Also, because we weren’t sure how Sam would
handle a tree.As it was, George put up
our 5 foot Santa with the movement sensor.Each time something moves in front of the Santa he animates and sings a
song, moving back and forth, his head turning and arms swinging.Sam was startled by Santa and wouldn’t stop
barking at him.We laughed so hard at
him.We turned Santa off.A few days later, I noticed Sam approaching
Santa and nudging his hands, as if to see if they would move.That
dog has kept a smile on our faces all year.
I did get a few minutes this weekend to tend the
garden.One of the tomato plants that we
don’t recall planting is producing the largest tomatoes that we have had so
far.Sure wish they would turn red so we
could eat them, but they are still green and growing.We have a lot of cherry tomatoes.The big beefsteak tomato plants have a few
tomatoes on them.They are still green
and bigger than cherry tomatoes but not much.
We are still harvesting bell peppers.
I know this week’s issue is short but we have to
get to work.Santa’s Workshop is never
Have a Wonderful Week.
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