On to the list of everyday things that brought me joy...
*I liked sewing on my yellow abstract this week and...
I printed out some simple NYBeauty blocks in 4" to paper piece for the improv Drunkard Path. I used Sew Precise software for the blocks. It is no longer available but I keep an old computer so it can run the program. I choose one of many blocks and size it to my whims.
*If you are new to my blog, I sure love to sew! I am working on an abstract series according to colors and forcing myself to only use the fabrics in my small pieces box. A whole post on this will drop tomorrow.
*Which brings me to my next like... having a tv/cd player in the studio
*I am thankful my studio is a mess because it means I am working!
*I liked FaceTime with Mary when we shared our sewing projects, and discussed what was working or not. It was kind of magical, like a mix of being together and Harry Potter!
She did a post of random sunny things this week, find it HERE
I liked the look of these chocolates
yum. I want them all. They sound delish! If you like, I can send my addy if you want to gift them to me!!!
* I liked going to the First Sunday Street Fair in Annapolis last weekend!
We listened to music, looked at art, and bought a hand made collar for Milo (
We enjoyed it so much we bought a CD. When someone asked how much they were, he said whatever you want to give me!
It was one of the few non rainy days and we enjoyed taking a break from being chewed on.
which brings me to...
"I like my rocks. I like to hold them in my mouth, and chew them and feel them and I'd swallow them if my pawrents didn't grab my mouth and shake it open!
I've lost more good pebbles that way!
What's the deal with that?
|Milo's stick service|
(LeeAnna here.... we must pull stuff out every two steps! We really make a big deal about the rocks now. He has learned DROP! because of it! Tilt head down, open mouth, shake! Rocks fall out!)
Milo: I also like meeting other dogs, and here's a picture of me meeting a dog at the hotel... she was cute! a cockapoo
LeeAnna: The woman was there with her family waiting to move to Germany! She was Korean, speaking to her mother by phone while the dogs played, and later she told me about the upcoming move and concern about languages. I told her most Germans spoke English, so since she learned English after marrying, maybe she could communicate!
We live in a global village. We are all connected, and we all have similar concerns, we all want to fit in and make ourselves understood. What an adventure she was facing with a husband and two boys and a dog.
LeeAnna: Me too Milo! Me too!
linking to some parties including
Thankful Thursdays pet parade
http://itsasmalltownlife.blogspot.com/Let's be social Wednesdays