12 January, 2008

Where's The Switch?

"Mom" hasn't been sewing at all lately, maybe she forgot how to turn the machine on. I'll try to help. So, where's the switch; here?
No, it's not on this side...


Up here? Nope.







Under here? Nope, no switch here.








No wonder she's been crabby lately, the switch fell off! Uh-oh.
Life is Good!
... and it will be even better when Mom can figure out how to turn the machine back on...

22 comments:

keslyn said...

Hannes it must be awful to have a crabby mum, nice of you to try and cheer her up.

Marcie said...

I love this post. Oddly, I just got a new Bernina and couldn't find the ON switch! And how sweet of Kyle to replace your darling Hummel. (He should be sweet, really sweet!)

Salem Stitcher said...

I LOVE Hannes! The one with his face looking on top of the machine made me laugh out loud!

He's such a good boy to want to help his mommy!

Pam said...

Those are certainly cute pictures :))

One day I kind of cracked Jim's little stained glass lamp that he got from his mum when I was throwing balls around the house for Jenny to chase :(( But if you turn the lamp a certain way you don't even notice it. Good to hear you got a new Hummel. Those things are usually pretty sturdy it must have it the floor pretty hard.

quiltteacher said...

Hannes you sure are such a fine boy trying to help mom feel better. I'm sure Daddy is working as fast as he can on her sewing room. Just get up in her lap and give her a few Hannes kisses and I bet she will feel better.

kjquilts said...

Hannes, you forgot to look on the right! Your Mommy will be so proud of you when you find it! You're too cute!

Quilt Memories said...

Hannes, As smart as you are, you will have Mommy in good spirits real soon. Tell Daddy to hurry, hurry, hurry!!!!!!!!!!!
Mrs. G the pics are just as cute as can be.

atet said...

Awww -- poor Hannes. I can certainly empathize with the "getting crabby" part. I've only been unable to be crafty for two days (and even then I managed to sneak something in) and I can feel it. I'm hoping tomorrow I can get some sewing in! Here's hoping for a quick end to the renovations! Maybe it's time to look for a handwork project??

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Ha, ha - that is too funny! One of my sisters says that me without a sewing machine is like a smoker without a cigerette. Sewing (and cleaning) calms my nerves, LOL! Hope you are back to sewing soon.

Cheers!

Evelyn

Karen Dianne Lee said...

Ohh What a HooT!!!

Anne Heidi said...

How funny! Hannes, you are such a sweet dog!

Shelina said...

I certainly Hannes doesn't figure out how to turn on the machine. You're going to have to take turns sewing!

Bonnie said...

Oh No! No Switch!! This is bad news!! (but cute hannes....I see what you mean about huge feet on little legs!)

Bonnie

Libby said...

Hannes . . . a born star *s*

Quiltdivajulie said...

Priceless!

Muted-kun said...

aww so cute ^_^ my nan had dogs like that, I love it, did she pose on her own?

swooze said...

How cute. What was she doing?

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meggie said...

Hannes is too cute!
glad you got a replacement for your lovely little ornament.

Darlene said...

Hannes, good job! That was a great way to let Mom know how crabby she's been. LOL

teodo said...

wonderful pics and Hannes is very sweet.
ciao ciao

Nan said...

Ooooooooooohhhhh, how sweet Hannes is!! What a lovely post! You warm the cockles of my doxie-loving heart, that's for sure!