Monday, July 16, 2012

1000 words

Sometimes a picture says it all! Hope you guys had a great weekend! Tell me all about your adventures!


Have a good week peeps! xo


Blogger mascanlon said...

Spent yesterday assembling a postage stamp top that had been in the works for ...uhmm....18 mo.! And today I hope to do another, the strip sets done months ago, today's the day! And the weather here in SoCal is gorgeous too!

6:53 AM  
Blogger Junebug said...

I had to chuckle about my weekend and dreams. Oh, to dream that my garden shed was cleaned out. Yes, a nightmare! Can you believe my oldest son and family came over and said "let's do it". Do you know how fast and enjoyable it was with family's help? Amazing how even nightmare's can turn into wonderful days! Here's to a great week ahead!

6:53 AM  
Blogger Darlene said...

I have no life so there are no adventures. LOL

Saturday was a sewing day - lots of serious sewing happening. :-)
Sunday the big kids and little kids came over for tacos. YUM!!!

(psst, Pam, it's finished)

7:45 AM  
Blogger priscilla said...

Almost finished making a red, white & blue star quilt for a friend who just became an American citizen!

8:13 AM  
Blogger Mary Anne Drury said...

My adventures : the dishwasher pooped out ..... I have dishpan hands ..... the new dishwasher is coming today (or so I'm told) .... Have a good week Pam ! enjoy your nice weather ! (the heat and humidity are here in PA big time .... my sinus headache and crankiness is proof !)

9:05 AM  
Blogger Laurie Parrack said...

I got to have a wonderful weekend with my sister and our kids. We went to the Sister's Quilt Show. It was a wonderful time, we finished there then headed over to the lake to let the kids swim for a while before heading home. It was a wonderful 85 degrees and had a nice breeze for the day. The quilts were amazing, I could not believe that my 5 year old nephew had a blast, he was right next to me taking pictures of the "night nights" with me. He was even pointing out quilts I should take pictures of. The ladies there were just in awe watching this little boy love to get his own pictures of the quilts. He I think was a bigger hit than the quilts. He received all kinds of things from people, he left with kettle korn, a hot wheels car, and even kept receiving cold water and juices from the people around. My daughter was laughing at it all most of the time too.

10:09 AM  
Blogger Suburban Stitcher said...

I knitted, played with friends from college {in a completely un inappropriate way!} and actually sewed two quilt blocks!

11:26 AM  

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