Growing up in the Detroit suburbs, I know bagels. After Mom moved in with us we would drive back to the old neighborhood to buy bagels: 120+ miles roundtrip. (We bought 3 dozen at a time and froze them. Sacrilege, but what could I do?) Quite the versatile food group, bagels are. Fresh with lox, … Continue reading Bagels
This has been so much fun! Thank you all for playing. I actually have TWO winners...I'm feeling generous. Their useless gifts will be on the way next week. BUT, I'm not revealing the answer because I wrote more "hints." Here's the last two. Here's hint #4. If you've been in this room, you'll know the … Continue reading Where In The World? (Hint #4 and #5)
Lot's of great guesses. If you haven't figured it you, here's another hint. Have a guess? Send in that comment. Maybe get the prize. Get my blog delivered to you via email, or read it online.
All great guesses, but no. Here's another hint. You didn't think it would be EASY, did you? Have a guess? Tell me in a comment. Don't forget about the insignificant and probably useless prize for the first person to guess correctly. Get my blog delivered to you via email, or read it online.
Did you miss me? I took a little vacation. Can you guess where? Here's a hint: Make your guess as a comment. The first person to guess correctly will get a small yet paltry gift. Have at it! Get my blog delivered to you via email, or read it online.
I spent Friday and Saturday helping to move our daughter from one apartment to another. She actually moved on her own power, it was all her belongings that required my assistance. Jennie did all the packing and I basically showed up for the heavy lifting. It's nice to be needed. On Friday we drove over … Continue reading It’s Nice To Be Needed
I love this idea; why didn't I think of it first?! Karen Griska beat me to it, but I'm not jealous. I am in AWE. She's made "new fabric" by stitching together selvages I've been throwing away or slicing up accidentally. Her book is chock full of really different quilts, the ultimate in scraps! You'll … Continue reading Quilts From The Selvage Edge
I have it on good authority that the ladys' room at the Westerville, Ohio Senior Center has a roll of embroidered toilet paper. How do I know this? Madeline H. takes her camera EVERYWHERE! What's In YOUR Restroom? Get my blog delivered to you via email, or read it online.
I had no idea Tuesday was going to be so much fun! Cathy Miller (The Singing Quilter) and her husband John Bunge stopped by for lunch! (No, I didn't cook. We went out for Lebanese food. That's us in the parking lot of Bada West.) Cathy and John just happened to be in the neighborhood … Continue reading Cathy Miller, The Singing Quilter
My first introduction to mall-walking was about 10 years ago. It was just before Christmas when the stores open early and I thought they opened even earlier than they did. I walked into our mall and there were about 100 people, mostly senior citizens, shuffling counter-clockwise. I was dumbfounded. It looked like The Invasion of … Continue reading Mall-Walking