Sunday, November 14, 2010

Finally finished Mr and Mrs Pumkin-Head.

I had intended to have this finished a lot eariler, but life had other plans. Last week my wife fell going down our stairs, and broke her ankle in three places. She had surgery on it last Sunday and is now back home and doing a lot better, but will not be able to put any weight on her right foot for eight weeks. Then will be in a walking cast for four more weeks. She has had a rough year.

But here there are.

Darel





8 comments:

Regina said...

Ohhh Darel....please tell your sweet wife that I have her in my thoughts and prayers. I know she will be well taken care of though ^_^

Love these guys...they turned out so cute. LOVE the expression on the P-man's face!!

Hugs,
Regi

duendes said...

hello Darel,cutest couple that very unique, I loved their shoes she is very feminine loved. congratulations.big hugs.

duendes said...

Hello Darel,
A happy sunday for you!
Big hugs

Darel Medley said...

Thanks Duendes, Things are going slow art wise right now. We have been working seven days a week, 10 to 12 hours a day since the first of December. I hope it lets up this week.

Thanks again for visiting.

Darel

duendes said...

Hello dear friend!!!!!
Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you and your family!
Big, big hugs.

The Pixie Knoll said...

Darel,
I am sorry I missed this fabulous couple! I REALLY like them. They have a ton of character. :-)

I'm sorry about your wife's accident. I know what it is like to have a foot out of commission! Funny how you never appreciate your 2 feet until one decides to go on vacation from you. :-) I do hope your wife is doing well these days, despite the foot incident.

Wishing you, your wife, and your family a Very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year. :-)

Hugs,
Lori

Darel Medley said...

Hey Miss Duendes, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you. I hope it is a blessed year for you.

Darel

Darel Medley said...

Hey Lori, thanks for dropping by. I had fun making the pumkin heads.
Peggy's leg is doing better. About four more weeks and she should be walking on it. Thanks for dopping by, it is always good to hear form you.

Darel