About this deal
Perhaps someone else will take over to provide a link-up (I have a very small blog, but would be willing).
Too bad your sewing room is so far from the house, but even if it were closer if the desire isn’t there, no matter.
I've always said they (kids or dogs) would eat when they get hungry and that's true but Oscar will whine and cry and run in and bump me with his nose, run back to his food bowl, back to bump my leg, bark, drive us crazy so, being the ineffective dog mom I am, I just bring his bowl to the . I started my blog, way back when, to take part in Stash Reports, and I’m grateful for all the friends I’ve made through your hosting. just handed the keys over, went to the courthouse and did the paper work and we now have just one more vehicle to get rid of. We were at the Mazda dealer, planning to trade in the old van, had the deal almost made and I asked what they planned to do with the old van. I gently mash them down every now and then with a spatula to kind of separate them and keep them covered in the broth.
Oh, and guess who is working on a keyhole garden, though I understand it will be filled with flowers. If you never post a quilty post again, know you’ve inspired so many others with all you’ve done, but you owed us nothing then and owe us nothing now.Of course I’ll still check in with you daily, as there is always something interesting growing, cooking or happening at Patchwork Times. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no underlining/highlighting of text or writing in the margins. Since I went back to work in 2012, my quilting took a nose dive and due to life changes, I have no garden at the moment.
I'm not sure if I'm going to make it into a pillow or make it something I can hang on one of Chantelle's Hanging Sign Holders. But your blog is my go-to place to catch up on the quiltmaking activities of many who regularly participate in DWM. Because we don't like a lot of chicken in ours, I usually just boil a plain chicken, and I think it puts a little less fat in the water. You can live in rhythm with the land, and when we see you post, we’ll know it’s because you want to!Her exceptional writing of clear, precise instructions makes it possible for me to have a winner with every quilt I make from her instructions. I don’t ever think I’ll own chickens but I want to know all about YOURS and I just sent a list of chicken posts to a friend who just got 6 chicks at Tractor Supply. If you remember doing a quilt for my granddaughter Katy, who has cystic fibrosis, I can tell you she is now nearing 14 years of age, and in general is holding her own I thank you again for your participation in the endeavor to find a cure for CF, I am looking forward to whatever interests you have and care to share. if you think you will get rid of any of us because you are no longer quilting i think you are wrong.
It’s just that there are so many things I want to do and quilting isn’t near the top of that list right now. It no longer works (although DH is sure he can fix it - I threatened to do great bodily harm if he touched it before the new pedal arrived). I’m not getting rid of my quilting supplies (or my fabric), if/when I do something quilt related, I will share about it here. I’ve never hosted a link up so I don’t know if it is hard but I would be willing to give it a go… let me know your thoughts on the subject and thanks for all the years you have hosted this! Weatherman has promised a beautiful weekend so if I can't get pix taken outside tomorrow, I'll take pictures inside and post them so by tomorrow night, you will see the November project.Please Please if you do have time continue writing your blog with about anything you feel like writing!