Monday, May 14, 2007

We have had an exciting last couple of days around here. The General and I celebrated our 21st wedding anniversary. Lt. Col. Cool turned 18. (I am now officially the mother of an adult, do I look any different?) Last, but thankfully for my family not least, we celebrated Mother's Day. It's been fun! I saw Randi's post about aprons and wanted to participate. I love my aprons!

This is a picture of some of Capt. Kitty and my aprons hanging up in the kitchen. I attached four hooks on the side of the cabinet to hold just them. I wear aprons almost all the time.

This is my clothespin apron. It has three big pockets stuffed full of clothespins. I put it on when I am hanging out the clothes and bringing them in. It is such a wonderful way to keep up with the pins.
Just for fun, the General's BBQ apron I made him. Here even the men wear aprons, manly type of course!

Sew Long for Now!


Linda said...

Happy anniversary!

Elise said...

Love your aprons! Especially the General's... :)

deb said...

Happy 21st Anniversary, Cindi! I enjoyed seeing your aprons, esp the clothespin one!

Randi said...

Happy Anniversary and happy Birthday!

It is so very weird to be the parent of an adult---an adult! My daughter just turned 19, so I know how you feel. :)

I like the idea of having a hook to hang your aprons. Mine are on a doorknob but i like the idea of having them out for everyone to see!

Kelli said...

Your aprons are wonderful! Your clothespin apron is too cute!

Thimbleanna said...

A very fine collection of aprons! Love the pretty blue in the clothespin apron.

Anonymous said...

I am very thankful for National Apron Day. I had no idea how useful aprons can be outside of the kitchen--especially the ones to hold clothes pins.

I just love your family names! XO, Jill

Ann V.@HolyExperience said...

Love the clothespin apron, Cindi! You are such a talented lady! Happy Birthday to W. (18 already!), and blessings to you and R.---a marriage of a threecord strand. How I appreciate you.

I send love,

Jessica said...

I know this is not a new post, but I was catching up on some of my reading. I just had to tell you that I love the Red Green quote. The man prayer cracks me up every time! I love that your men folk wear aprons too!