Wednesday, March 22, 2017

This and That, I Think I Might be Cranky :(


For the life of me I cannot seem to take a decent picture anymore. Not with the Lumix point and shoot or with the fancy dan Nikon. What's up with this? I swear I am clueless at this point. I found this little sign at a quilt show last year, it is hanging from a shelf over my sewing machine. It is my current motto and I am sticking to it!

Mondo, waiting for Spring so she can take off her Winter coat. Me too. Turkeys hiding on the right side of the frame. Sneaky little buggers, the Tom was admiring himself in the truck bumper, what a clown! He scampered off as soon as he heard me. See him behind the truck? He has his tail feathers fanned and I tried to get a zoom shot. Well, we know how well that worked out. 
Oh for Heaven's sake, go away!
As soon as the girls and Tom heard me open a door they started to scatter. I counted about 40 of them. I have an exhibit farm going here I'm telling you. The whole crew is just waiting for the ground-cover flowers to bud and then they will dig up all the beds. And leave me gifts. Nature, gotta love it!

  • I think I am out of sorts because it has taken until Late March for us to have our Winter. I was totally geared for Spring. Ready to power wash the world here.
  • I'm getting fussy because I need to strip clean the studio and I don't feel like it. I am reminded of how far behind I get at this time of year.
  • I was leaving Joann's yesterday with hands full, not one but two lovely ladies opened doors for me. I was so grateful.    
  • See, there still are some kind and reasonable people in the world despite what we hear. Works for me. 
  • My bones are screaming with the constant temperature and barometric pressure changes. I learned how this is not my imagination from the veterinarian. She told me that everyone is bringing their dogs in for this. How come my "arthritis specialist" didn't mention this?  
Next post will be about sewing, promise.
I need to finish quilting the borders on this one and add the hanging sleeve and binding. Hopefully, tomorrow. A friend and I were going to make pierogi tomorrow but she needs to take her brother for chemo treatments. She just lost her husband and her other brother to this disease now she is living it again. What an amazing person she is. I am blessed to have wonderful friends. Well, now that I think about it I have nothing to be cranky about. Thanks.

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