I finally wore Salina yesterday, so here's a modeled shot of it: Project details here. Brad took me for a snow driving lesson this morning. We found a parking lot with snow banks and no poles to run in to: After about 20 minutes, a plow driver told us to leave since he didn't want us "to make a mess". I am still confused as to what kind of mess he thought we were making (we weren't driving through stuff already plowed), but whatever. I got in enough time to be at least a little more comfortable. We got back home and gave Lani a walk: Back inside, I finished the annual ornament: While looking in my craft room closet for some stuffing for the ornament, I found Christmas stockings that were almost entirely done. I had already hand-sewn the lettering on, I just had to finish assembling the stockings. So, I knocked those out (only four years later!): I also got ambitious and thought I'd finally make the tree skirt I had planned a while ago. I tried to explain to Lani that sewing pins aren't comfortable, but after shooing her away twice, I figured she'd just deal with it if she got stuck: After serging together the two layers (white felt and snowflake covered organza), I started sewing on sequins. I'm thinking that hot glue might be smarter.