It has been 10 days since my last post and between Kayla and me, we have spent hours trying to navigate the apparent problems. The blog is powered by plugins and one of the plugins blocked my IP address. It’s a security feature that overreacted – my own blog blocked me out!
So with that said I’m calling it a night! I have lots to catch up on and tomorrow is soon enough to start. Let’s just keep our fingers crossed that it’s still working in the morning.
Oh, this is such a relief!
Welcome back, Mary. I would have thrown in the towel but you, like the ever ready battery just keep going. Rest well, be still.
Glad you are back.You have been missed. j
Happy Paula in KY
Oh don’t you just love computers!!! Glad you’re back online! Looking forward to your next post!!!
So happy you are back! Have been checking every day to see. Thank you (and Kayla) for not giving up! HUGS… and stitches
I’ve missed you! Welcome back!
It is so good to hear from you, Mary. Thanks so much. 🥰
Thank heaven you returned!! Thanks Kayla and Mary. Good work!!
Thanks also for asking if we still have milk cows. Yes, and they are doing just fine. It seems like so much work during harvest (which is going well this year, at least it is not wet and cold like last year) . A few breakdowns can be expected with the combine, including a flat tire–really flat!
I am so glad I follow your blog because during the “shut down” I finished 5 quilt tops that my Mom made about 20 years ago. I did lots of straight line stitching and it went well. Much easier than “in the ditch.” It was a good project to get done. Then it was on to garden work. It was a major job–lots of transplanting and “relocating things.”
In Sept. I had my second go around with breast cancer surgery. The really, really good news is that I do not need chemo. (Thank you Lord!) Now the radiation begins, 20–30 sessions in Sioux Falls (90 miles one way). I have to go there because it is to close to my heart and they have a special machine for this. It is a good thing we got new tires on the car this spring!!! But, no chemo. I am not complaining about this.
As soon as I get my 14 windows washed, I am going to get Bernia humming again.
Those little puppies are just precious. Thanks for all of your effort.
Kathy Schwartz – oh, I’m so glad to hear from you, Nancy! I have thought of you so often! I didn’t know you had surgery but glad that you don’t need to go thru chemo. Find a good audio book for those 90 mile drives. And maybe you don’t need to wash all 14 windows – that’s a lot of work! I know because I have 20 of them on the south and East! A couple at a time/day is my solution. Glad you used that straight line quilting to finish those quilts your mom made!
I forgot to say all of these comments are so very, very interesting. Should be made into a book. Thanks everybody who contributed to the cause.