we had the most memorable holiday, australia was great seeing rellies in the city and others on the farm having a real aussie cook out, just wonderful. then onto singapore, penang and lankawie, watching the eagles perform, seeing all the wild life so close, quite different from here in uk, also the constant settled weather. we were totally spoilt, the service in hotels was incredible, david said he had forgotten how to open a door .. smile. now back to reality, and now over jet lag, and getting the gardn into shape again together with family duties, life and god is good.
how r u and what is on the horizon in your part o f the world, i am getting down to finishingsom projects too. love to hear from you.
how lovely to hear from you. we had a wonderful holiday, australia was great, then onto singapore, penang and lankawie, which was wonderful and brought back memories of when i lived in malaysia. now over thevjet lag and watchingbwimbledon at the moment, i thinknthere is going to be ablittle shake up this year. how r u
hello cindy, we r still on holiday, just pickrd up your posting. i have not accessed the line 4 a while, hope younr well and enjoying you newly found hobby, i knoe what u mean getting your own space as well enjoying your retirement together . look forward to hearing from u soon.
Hi, Cindy! I can relate to the "retired husband therefore I quilt" syndrome! I tell people that my DH retired at the ripe old age of 53 (much too young!) and it was either take up quilting or end up in jail for man slaughter! Since he rarely gives me a hard time about my fabric addiction, I decided quilting was the better alternative! LOL I also have three kids, all boys, and am working my way to seven grandkids with my oldest son and his wife expecting twins in January. Have you taken a look at any other groups on here? There are some great gals on here and they're all willing to help you in any way they can. Their generosity is boundless. : )
Cindy, I would be happy to be your friend. I think we may have a bit of different things in common. I have had 3 grown children and I have 6 grandies but I have 6 great grandies that I got when our grandson married a girl that was widowed with kids. Thanks for the invite and drop by and visit anytime. Thanks!
I'm confused how this works. Sometimes I get your wall and sometimes I get the thread. I'll summarize my thread comment. This is #4, 3rd for this daughter, but I've never been there and have never even seen her pregnant except for pictures. We are very close and I hope to be there, but it all depends on the timeing. I probably will go for a day, but hopefully my husband won't be with me on the way to Manhattan, as he's a real pain in the neck when it relates to going to a quilt shop.I've never EVER taken him with me.
No I wasn't aware of that. I checked the map - it's in Oaks, PA which is NW of Philla and almost directly west of Trenton, NJ. My DH and I figured it's about 2 hours from here...definitely do-able. Depending on finances, maybe stay over one night. There are 3 other quilters in the area - Jennifer B, Charlotte Gustavson and Sue Jones - maybe we could make a party of it! LOL
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 !!!