It’s so cold that dusting of snow is still here!! Our ride on the wilderness trail this afternoon was pretty chilly and look how sad those pretty yellow leaves look today!
Compared to just yesterday –
The temperature change has been too steep for me. So many of you are just now talking about taking your plants in – mine would certainly have been dead long ago if they were still outside. My front room is so crowded with huge plants you can’t walk thru – I hope nobody comes to see us!
I’ve had several questions about the log cabin eyeglass case so I’ll get my act together and write a tutorial for all of you. Here is a block I made tonight which I just love.
We’ll start with just making the block first and I’ll try to post that tomorrow.
This weekend in 2001 Susannah was born on Friday night – the night that it got so cold here. Remember I said it was 28 degrees on the 28th? Well, that Friday night in 2001 it was 29 degrees and this tiny baby goat was born outside unexpectedly. I will never forget my horror mixed with delight when I found her and put her inside my coat and ran to the house.
Twenty two years later I wrote Susannah’s story and as I think back on those first days with her, it feels almost unbelievable. I am so glad I took so many pictures of her.
Her story can be yours to read to your grandkids for $20 PPD, cash or check only to Mary ETHERINGTON, 2345 Palm Ave. Garner, IA 50438. An autographed copy will be on its way to you!
Back to my eyeglass case mess which is going to end very soon – just as soon as I show you how to do it. Come back tomorrow!
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