Short and sweet this week. Last week at this time I was up in the mountains at a quilting retreat. Thank you to all you faithful Randomeers for continuing to post the randomness that IS life, even when I haven't been able to catch up with reading all the great posts. I appreciate you all.
By the end of the weekend, the temperature dropped and on Saturday night it rained, and because we were at 7,000 feet, it turned to sleet. Someone started a fire in a huge stone fireplace. Perfect.
Laurie Wisbrun. I'll post more about those on Friday, along with information on glue basting, which has changed my life.
Deborah, who has a cabin directly across the lake from our quilting retreat, along with Vicki. When driving to the cabin one night after dark, Vicki and I saw cows. Cows!! We kind of couldn't believe it. I mean, we were at 7,000 feet elevation. In the mountains. By a lake.
Her other grandparents took her shopping and got her some shoes.
Thirty-One. It makes the most amazing storage items--containers, totes, etc. She just received the "room to grow" utility bin. Apparently you can even store a small child in it....with room to grow.