It’s almost 6pm and unless I think really hard, I’m not sure what I did today! I do remember cooking lunch for Michael and Nat. And I tried out a new recipe on them—apple crepes and it was a success!
Finished cleaning my house, even laundered some rugs—now isn’t that exciting??? But the exciting part--I was able to get downstairs and quilt a little. Finished Jeane’s second alphabet quilt, that is until I started to take it off the frame and saw all the loopies on the back of the quilt—the last three rows of tension were off, GRRRR! So, when I finish writing this blog I will enjoy doing some ripping! Dang it, I was all excited to be finished!
Michael cut and hauled firewood this morning and this afternoon he got a wild hair and cleaned his shop! Now he really won’t be able to find anything!
Oh, and poor Emmi got a bath—she really doesn’t mind baths too much. She smells much better!
A quilting friend in South Dakota posted on her Facebook account about her friend who is in the hospital and not expected to live. JoAnn and her friends are trying to place a great Dane, two yellow labs and several cats. One of my quilting friends here may be interested in the dogs. Such kind and caring people!
My niece and her husband have for the last year been jumping through all the hoops to become foster parents. They have two children of their own but also felt the need to share their love with unfortunate children. They received their first two babies this week, yes babies, as in not a year old, either of them. When I spoke with my sweet niece this afternoon and asked her how she was, Niki replied, “exhausted!” I can only imagine! But a more perfect place could not have been chosen in which to place these babies. Niki and her husband as well as their two children will take good care of these little ones.