The show was fabulous! I wish I had taken 2 days to see it all. There were tons of gorgeous quilts and lot of vendors. My favorite buy was believe it or not a silicone ironing board cove. I have an antique ironing board with the original cover. I just put this over top plus an awesome pad I got from the same vendor and ironing is a dream. I got to meet several members of another online group and my DH and I got some shopping and fine dining done in Williamsburg. We had nice accommodations at an… Continue
E-mail is all straightened out, thanks to verizon, yahoo, and my tech in India. I think I'm going to close my facebook acct. The criminals came in thru there and facebook was horrible. If my friend hadn't lived next door to someone who works on facebook, the so and so's would still be accessing my acct.
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
I know. My daughter is a pediatrician, and says his way of dealing with patients is ridiculous. But that's why I like him; it and he are so absurd!! It's just fun, as long as you don't take it seriously. BTW, I've never heard him speak with his real accent.
Speaking of the Cheaspeake Bay that is some kind of really cool bridge isn't it! We have gone over and under it several times. When the weather is clear you can really see far...........
Yes, often people speak of the ice cream at the lake, I am sure there is something still there. Sea Breeze is re vamped and still running every summer. As for the snow higher than you, I guess you were a child. When my kids were growing up we did have that much snow and more. They could make tunnels and everything else they chose. Now we still have plenty of snow but you don't really find piles larger than you, unless the plow put it there. We don't get near the amount of snow that we did when I was growing up either that was a good time ago......... since I am now 62~It is neat to hear of someone else that has lived in this area. I have lived here all my life. Grew up three miles away from where I now live. My kids went to the same school that I did, but now the grandkids are all pretty much going to different schools. We may have one that ends up going to the same school when she is old enough. Unless her Mom moves before then, hopefully not.................
Have a great day!
I know right where you are talking? Greece is just a couple of small town over, still west of Rochester. That's cool! My S O had relatives in MD, they live on Jenny Hye Lane in Marydel.
Have a great day!