All the joys of the holiday season to you and yours! We had a white Christmas yesterday!
"I'm dreaming of a white Christmas...just like the ones I used to know..."
LOL - I have never known a white Christmas in all my years. It snowed all day yesterday, and some of it stuck. We stayed in all day...I worked on putting the Amazon Star together, and I messed up...big time. I did a terrible job on the the center Mariner's Compass...it's so pretty, but I didn't press it correctly, and it doesn't fit. Don't ask me why I didn't notice until I started putting it together. Worse - I don't have enough fabric. I am going to try to talk Al into taking me to Intown Quilters to see if they still have any of this. I don't want to drive, although I've heard that the roads are in good shape and aren't icy at all. I've already looked online to no avail. Intown has the best selection of batiks in Atlanta, and it's where I got most of these batiks. But I bought them in March, and I'm not holding out a lot of hope that nine months later they might still have them. I also need another pattern, which they probably won't have.
Since I didn't feel like sewing after my discovery, I cleaned up my sewing room. Al came in and said he couldn't see any difference from before, then he said, "What's important is that you can see a difference." And I can!
I'm 60-something, happily married, love to laugh, quilt, travel, and meet people. I've never met a stranger, and a friend calls me "Chatty Cathy" - I don't know why. I moved to Georgia in 2007 and I absolutely love it...except for the bugs!