Thanks for stopping by my "dad's toolbox" blog. It's been frustrating to find out that he didn't want any of us kids to receive his tools. There are so many fond memories attached to them - it would have been nice to at least get a hammer and know that each time I used it, my dad also held the tool. Will have to find another way to help with the healing process of losing my dad.
Thanks for your comments to my post. The shop keeps telling me to take classes. The next free one is during the time we are going on a trip. There is also going to be neighborhood party the same day. They are four blocks to the neighborhood party. It always seems to work that way.
Linda, DH had his stroke about 5.5 years ago. He is also very independent for most things. But, as you mentioned, there are things I need to assist him with since he has residual paralysis on his right side. I will keep you in my thoughts as you have some hurdles ahead.
I'm glad you got one, too. My husband was looking at a decorative stitch I was making and said he could see it even without his glasses on. If I had room, I'd like a floor lamp. Sometimes you just need some input before you spend the money on something.
I noticed from your recent post that you said you moved to the country. You list New York as your state. I sent you a reply about the Trunk or Treat. I moved to western Ky 21 yrs ago this month. DH & I are from Mastic Beach & LK Ronkonkoma on Long Island. Where abouts are you from?
Thank you Linda. Looking at all the wonderful and beautiful things everyone has done just inspires me to never leave my sewing room! I see you are from New York, I used to live just south of Buffalo in a little town called Fredonia. I also love your photos - I miss a real spring. We had a huge lilac bush growing in our yard when i was young - here in Texas we have a mountain laurel that i s similar,but I still miss spring - Have a great day!
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 !!!
Linda, Thanks for your post. Its nice meeting you. I have to tell my parents that I am writing a linda Hughes..but she is not my Godchild. LOL My mom and dad's name are Barb and ray Hughes. Lets keep in touch! Hugs Morgan
Hi Linda, I am just stopping in, as I just had to say....my Godchild's name is Linda Hughes. Its also my maiden name. Hughes! Anyway she is in her 40's. Lives in Conn. Yet I thought I just stop in and say Hi! Hugs Morgan
Hi Linda! I saw your note on my page and thought I would reply. No you are right Bloomfield isn't far from North Chili. It's much more country I expect. The way N Chili use to be, but now everything is so built up around us. Still, it's home!
Love your garden shed! All your photos are neat, especially your Irish Stetter, looking so pretty!
Have a great day. Our weather has cooled some, but guess more rain is on it's way tomorrow, they say.......
Rescue is the way to go. Bernie is maybe 1 1/2 to 2 years found wandering in a snow storm in Kansas forraging for food. He is still skinny and when he arrived he had open sores and missing hair but meds and medical baths have helped. His coat is soft and his hair is coming back. the open sores are healed. Reina is 7? years. We adopted her 1 year ago. Our other danes, many rescues, have lived long and happy lives and have passed away.
Good for you!!!