What’s not to like about this picture? Since I can’t mow today (it rained in the night) I can sit on the porch and enjoy the great outdoors. Moe is here for the weekend – she is the BEST girl and I never have to worry about what she’s doing or where she’s at – she is safe inside our fenced 7 acres.
Rick picked up our strawberries this morning so that’s a job for me today – just to freeze a few and we’ll enjoy the rest over vanilla ice cream!
Here’s an update on the dogs – none of it is good news so I’ll be brief. Spyro could not come here because he tested positive for heartworm and had to be kept absolutely quiet in a crate for two weeks. Luke couldn’t come stay here because suddenly he had kennel cough. Now I’m treating my own dogs for kennel cough as well which I’m not thrilled about. So my foster days are OVER almost before they began.
THE DIRTY DOZEN GAME
I wonder how many times I’ve explained this – what shall I do for those who keep asking? Please tell me! Because either readers can’t remember, they’re too lazy to go back and read the rules or they just haven’t been keeping up in the first place! Can you hear the frustration in my voice?
Find 12 unfinished projects in your sewing room or craft area.
Number them 1-12.
On the first day of each month for 12 months I will draw a number and post that number on the blog.
Find your coordinating number and finish that project in the next 30 days.
Take a picture with your name written on a tag pinned to the project and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, you are not allowed to post directly on the blog – I will lose complete control at that point!
I will draw the first number on July 1 and will continue for 12 months. By next July you’ll have 12 finished projects!
Here are Connie’s Dirty Dozen:
And here are mine.
Cleaning under the cutting table is also one of my numbers. Such a mess!
So….will you join us in them Dirty Dozen game? We hope so. We plan to show our projects in more detail each month.
There’s water running out from under my washing machine – oh, goody, another job to do! So glad to hear from all of you – I missed you!!!!