Aaron and I got a new dog over the weekend. She was rescued by a friend from the side of the road. After they spent two weeks trying to track her owners down and having no luck they sent out an email asking if anyone would like to adobt her. Aaron and I were already in talks about getting a new dog as a playmate for Luke, so we told them that we were interested. We took Luke over to meet her on Saturday. They got along right away.
Her name is Pepper. She has not been to the vet yet, so we do not know exactly what breed that she is. She is about 9 years old with scraggly hair. They said that her hair was all matted when they found her so that is why all of her body hair is so short. I think that we will keep it that way. She is a real lover and likes to be around people. She really loves to snuggle and always seems to be smiling.
So there is a funny story that happened to me this morning. I wanted someone to take a picture of me wearing this fetching headband. So what did I do I wore it to work so that Katie could take a picture. I wanted to show you all how it would look on. Cute right? Well on my way to work this morning I forgot that my gas light came on yesterday when I was on my way to school. While driving to work, and hoping at this point that I would make it, I ran out of gas on I-70. Traffic is buzzing by and I coast to pull over as close to the next exit that I can get.
At this point I call Zac and ask him to meet me at the gas station across the way. I walked to the gas station to get a gas can and some gas. It was freezing out this morning. It was a whopping 32 degrees with a wind chill of 28. I have never been so happy to have something toasty on my head to cover up my ears. I am really glad that I wanted to show this to you all so bad that I wore it to work this morning.
So a little more about the product instead of my day. It is peach in color and not super stretchy. It should fit around just about anyone's head but it is not really meant to hold your hair in like some of the other cute "hippie-ish" ones that I have seen. It has a button in the back to make it adjustable. Perfect for that freezing day that you need to keep your ears warm but are trying not to mess up your hair. Once again I can make these in pretty much any color with any cute button on the back. For a more stylish way of wearing it you can wear the button in the front. I tried it that way too with a couple that I made and it looked tres chic.
(For sale - $10) if you are interested in a custom just ask.
Need to keep your neck warm? This is a perfect thing for you then. These stylish scarves are short and fit right around or inside the collar of a coat. They have super cute button accents to add to the style.
This brown scarf has a braided cable and can be worn tight or loose around the neck. (Sale for - $15)
Bundle up this snow season in the perfect accessory.
The baby blue scarf is made out of super soft baby yarn and will look great with any outfit. (Sale for - $15)
Just finished my first pair of wristers this weekend. They have a nice woven cable down the front and a seem on the hand side. They have a thumb hole to keep them in place. Perfect for the winter weather that is headed our way. This pair is for sale for $15. I can make them in a variety of sizes and patterns. Let me know if you are interested and we can work something out.
Christmas is on the way and it is a great time to start shopping for those on your list. What is a better gift than a hand made piece of functional art. Keep your loved one's warm this winter with a nice present from Auntie Kara's Crafts.