Memories of the Halloween ice Storm of 1991 have been on our minds all day. This is what we woke up to this morning with 30 degrees and steady rain.
Sure enough our power went out at supper time but was back on in about 2 hours – thank God for those linemen! There is no darkness like being outside when the power goes off and I can’t see one yard light in any direction. Now that’s dark!
Well, now for my big news! The darkness evidently didn’t bother Jo because when I checked on her I found her sleeping upside down in her bed – a first!!! She has always been huddled as tightly as she could curl up with her nose down inside the edge of the bed. This makes me soooooo happy! A dog has to be very relaxed and secure in their surroundings to sleep upside down, exposing their tender underbelly. I am so excited! Some really good news for once!
Here’s today’s Christmas pattern – NOEL.
Remember George, now known as Buddy? Looks pretty comfy, doesn’t he? He is so loved and I love that he is so loved!
Remember this little quilt that somebody said looks like magnets? The measurements I gave were incorrect – thinking too much about Jo?
All pieces are cut 1-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ and when cut in a positive/negative the block measures 3″ x 8″. I would still like to cut it in scrap – soon.
Hazel just insisted on looking underneath this chair in Jo’s kennel this afternoon so I tipped it over for her – anything for the little diva, right?
We will have a new pattern available in the online store very soon. The title is BE STILL. We are seeing huge outbreaks of the coronavirus all around us. In fact an elderly man from our church died of it this morning and the family is planning a very small, socially distanced service with masks on everyone.
Winter is just starting. We all need to be extra careful. I will miss going to the high school basketball games. There is so much we are all missing, isn’t there?
Be safe, My Friends, and BE STILL.