Tuesday, December 30, 2008

I See What You're Saying, Christmas Edition

What would I do without my kids? I couldn't find the instructions the son gave me last time on how to post a vlog, and he's en route to his in-laws right now. BUT the daughter came through. Thank you, daughter!

While waiting to be rescued I've been checking out the other entries in I See What You're Saying, Christmas Edition hosted by Linda at 2nd Cup of Coffee. Linda knows how to throw a party!

For first time visitors, thanks for stopping by! Y'all come back now, y'hear?

And for my faithful family, I always love your visits. Especially when you leave comments ☺

26 comments:

darla said...

i like those curtains! God bless you and your husband there in Argentina too. Thanks for sharing. isnt it fun?

2nd Cup of Coffee said...

Kim, well, I just loved seeing your face! The curtains are lovely, btw. I am re-vamping my blog list on my blog to that "following" thing, so I'm going to be sure to add you to that today so I don't lose you in the shuffle. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas in warm Argentina. Thanks for the thoughtful shout out to me and for playing along at the par-tay! Blessings, Linda

Robin Lambright said...

Hey there! Very nice video post!
This is just too fun.
Love the curtains as well. Your a better woman than me though, sewing is not my forte. Great job!!!!!

Blessings
Robin

Elizabeth Bonds said...

Lovely vlog. My Mother is hispanic, so I was raised fluent. You did very well. You did an amazing job with the curtains . . . they are beautiful!

Happy New Year!

Mama2hre said...

Hi! It was great to "see what you were saying!" I love the curtains! I so wish I could sew. I tried one year in Home Ec. I created a costume and spent lots of time measuring and remeasuring. However, the one sleve still came out 3" longer than the other! I still have it as a reminder of "things not to try again!" :) Have a blessed New Year in Argentina!

Rach@In His Hands said...

Coming over from Linda's...
Wow! Argentina, how wonderful! The curtains are super cute...great work! Blessings to you in the New Year!

lmerie said...

Fun Vlog!! I know so little spanish, I would not have known what language you were speaking (so sad) - but it sounded like you have spoken it for awhile!

Thanks for stopping by . . .:)

Happy New Year!!

Chatty Kelly said...

I loved your curtains, and your Spanish sounded great. It was nice to see what you're saying.

Carol said...

Hola, Kim! Mucho gusto conocerle. Que diversion que tomara parte in el juego de Linda.

(And we can talk about her in Spanish. Heh!)

Love the curtains!

Mom To Six said...

Hi!

What a cheery room! I enjoyed your vblog and thought your Spanish was great. I'm fluent in Spanish (living in FL).

Blessings,

Ohilda

sara said...

I loved your curtains!! I wish I had more time to sew.

Wow, that is a big move, to Argentina. I hope your first Christmas there was blessed!

Happy New Year!

Mari said...

Kim! It's so nice to see and hear you. You did a great job on those curtains - that was a lot of sewing. I always enjoy my visits here!

Mocha with Linda said...

Argentina! Neat. My sister's in South America as a missionary also.

Loved your video and your curtains look great!

(And on mine, it should just be a minute and 18 seconds. If you don't click save, it will just download to a temporary file. That's the only way I could get it to work. Sorry!)

Greg C said...

Hey, long time no see. Really. I think the last time you were in the process of moving. I need some new curtains but as I can see I am way down on the list. Great work you are doing.

Helen Anderson said...

Kim,
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and Ivan both. It is nice to see and hear you on the puter! I love to read your blog it is almost like being at work with you again! I really like the curtains. Someday maybe I will learn to sew! Take care and God Bless!
Helen

Sarah@Life in the Parsonage said...

We have our curtains closed too...but it's to keep the freezing cold out :)

Deven said...

Love the curtains! Like Greg C, I remember your last ISWYS video. So glad you're getting settled, and your Spanish sounds good. Thanks for posting.

Patrice said...

Great curtains and the spanish is wonderful!! I need to get crackin on speaking spanish a little more, but it is so hard for me!

Phyllis@Aimless Conversation said...

I sewed something once...back in Jr. High school. Lovely job.

Argentina. Is that a difficult adjustment, the season being reversed?

rita said...

Dear Kim!
So good to see and hear you!
You look great and sound fluent!
¡Te felicito, cuñada!
Y las cortinas, ¡lindísimas!
¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

Thanks for faithfully visiting my blog :)
Today I am simply a blog-stalker, not a participant. Maybe next time...

skoots1mom said...

ola...
happy new year
good job...we're having warm weather here, too; but, I'm sure it's not as warm as yours.
congratulations on your success so far with the language...

sarah said...

How fun! Thanks for sharing.

Happy New Year!

Mocha with Linda said...

Come back! I got it figured out!!

Cathy Davis said...

Happy new year! Your curtains are precious and so are you!

Heather of the EO said...

Well HELLOOOO, new friend in Argentina. You are so articulate--you did a great job! So nice to meet you,
Heather

Becky said...

Wow, Argentina! I don't think I could take the heat... I like to be cold. It was nice to meet you, Nice color choice on the curtains, blue is my fave.