Jo spends her time between the dog bed in the kennel and the corner under the shelves where it’s only a cement floor. I don’t want to make it comfortable for her back in that corner because then she might never come out.
She’s behind this rollaway bed and as far back as she can get. This morning before I left for church I stepped into the shop to check on her and she started to move from the kennel to the corner when she stopped to look at me and howled – then bolted to the corner. I don’t think she recognized me in “church clothes” – haha!
Tonite when I fed her I had a leftover hamburger patty that the 3 dogs shared. She actually took the piece of hamburger from my fingers!!! This is the most interaction she and I have ever had and I am so encouraged. I need to always remember that patience is a virtue and I need to learn to “be still”.
Remember when I was working with these fabrics?
I used this Cakewalk book and I finally finished binding my table topper.
I love it – what a great transition piece to use in late fall and before Christmas.
I’m hoping by tomorrow’s post I can introduce you to our newest pattern titled Be Still. We’re just about ready to move it into the online store and then we’ll continue with Christmas quilts – all small projects that you can still finish and hang this season. If you’re anything like us, you have trouble sewing out of season. I just can’t get into Christmas until the season arrives – or fall, spring, summer, 4th of July, or January snowmen until the season is upon us. I will also be showing you Christmas Picnic.
Our service tomorrow will be split in two – 8:30 and 10:00 so we can sit in alternate pews and get everyone accommodated. I sit alone in the piano area and feel very safe there.
Thanks for all your stories and comments – I love reading all of them!