21 August 2008

. . . zippers i've known . . .

. . . you won't catch me
on this ride at the state fair . . .
. . . ever . . . . . . one of these days
i need to learn to
"install" an invisible zipper . . .
. . . as for right now,
these are the
zippers i've been
worrying about . . .
{terrible photography}

. . . but, things are starting to look up . . .

. . . so now i believe i'll just . . .

. . . zip it . . .


7 comments:

angieinpink said...

ouchie. bless his heart/back.

check you out with your orange!

you are such a cute blogger.

Peg and Parker said...

Here's hoping that's the last zipper needed in that location. Our hopes are with y'all, especially Bill.

abigail said...

Steph....I happened to know a fabulous sewer! She is my mom and she can teach you how to sew the invisible zipper!!! Go MaryAnn!!

Sassy said...

You are too cute!!!! I love riding those silly zipper's...you have definately seen your share of zipper's lately....you are probably wishing they had been invisable...we hope Bill is doing better and you are dealing well...I know all those months with Phillip I was stenciling and painting everything I could get my hands on to keep from going nutzy...just hang in there...from a girl whose been on the other end of a hubby in pain.

granny said...

Hope you know you have been and are in our thoughts and prayers. Hope this does the trick! Your sewing is amazing. I also find sewing therapeutic...almost as much as gardening, but not *quite*.

Katee said...

Ouch! They did dissolvable staples with this last c-sec.....only I can still feel them and he's 3 1/2 months old!!!

chris+amber said...

You sure had your share of zippers. Your 7 year old daughter had a BIG one on her head! Yucky...I hope Dad's "zipper" does the job!