Jill's etsy shop, TabSlot, and convoed her with this question: So...just out of curiosity...do you do other custom designs? Yes? Really?
So could you possibly do a 7x16 ruler for me? I mean, something that I can actually afford? Yes? Seriously???
(On top of some dark fabric so you can see the lines better, but they are pretty easy to read.)Retro Flowers, which is also very ...awesome!
(I got this in a fat quarter exchange with Victoria from Boutique Uniquely. It just makes me smile...Thanks, Victoria!)
My friend, Deborah, gifted me with this awesome DS fabric. Don't you love the colors?
Look what she made out of it!
Mark planned a date night for us on Monday. We went to a concert in a town about an hour from here--Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith.
(I would love for you all to think this is Mark and me, but no. This is actually Amy and Michael...)
They have been singing, separately and together, since the 1980s (which pretty much makes me feel a bit old...), in the meantime collecting Grammy awards, Dove awards, Hall of Fame inductions, etc. It was an amazing concert and such a fun night with my hubby/best friend.
All of you who have commented for the Go!Baby giveaway are cracking me up with your comments about something most people don't know about you.
"Pete the Cat" is my most favorite children's book. It was highly recommended by my most favorite local children's book store, Petunia's Place.
My grandchildren love this book, too. I can't even begin to tell you how much I love hearing my grandson "read" it. Basically, Pete the Cat is the story of a cat who loves his white tennis shoes. He ends up walking through a pile of strawberries, and his shoes turn red. But did Pete cry? Goodness no! He just keeps walking along and singing his song, "I love my red shoes, I love my red shoes, I love my red shoes." And then he walks through a pile of blueberries and his shoes turn blue. But did Pete cry? Goodness no! Then he walks through the mud and his shoes turn brown, and then he walks through the water and it washes all the colors off and his shoes are wet! But does Pete cry?
Wait a minute... Levi will read it to you:
I can't top that,. Because it's all good...