Here is a picture of a folded bag inside a Manila envelope. The bags measure approx. 15″x30″ and fold up pretty easily.
The postage is $1.45 and the cost of the envelope is about .40 so for $2.00 you can cover the cost of receiving a feed bag. I have 20+ feed bags now and will always have more but at this time I can only allow one bag per person. You can specify the type of bag you’d like to receive but I’ll make no promises. I’ll have wild bird seed, goat feed, chicken feed and cat food. All of these foods come in plastic tarp material bags and the only additional materials you’ll need are handles – I use a cotton roping type. Can’t even think what it’s called. Address is on home page. When I run out of bags I’ll let you know so you don’t continue to send me your money. Include an address label PLEASE. Bags will need to be trimmed and washed inside.
I worked on the plants in the basement today. Remember these pictures from last November?
Here it is today when I finished.
It’s lights out till next fall.
Here’s a couple quilts to show you. Emily made this king size t-shirt quilt out of 90 shirts! Now that was a labor of love!
And Diane sent in the first finished little Uncle Sam – work hard – Flag Day and Fourth of July are just ahead!
Pam actually thought she could fit in this box!
And Hazel is learning a new skill – catching a Frisbee! She’s loving this new activity and has probably caught it in the air about 10 times this week. The problem is the thrower needs to be more consistent so Hazel has some idea where the darned thing is headed. Haha!
And Minnesota Quilters is fast approaching and I intend to be there on Thursday, June 13. Let’s meet in the food court at 1:00 for a “board meeting”! We can meet each other in person! I think it will be really fun, don’t you?
There’s been great discussion about saving a post and I’m happy that you’ll think about doing this because I just don’t have the time to search for the post you ask me about. And I can’t categorize the blog posts very easy. For example, what heading would this post be under? I try to keep the book list on a separate post so you can find it but I talk about a lot of stuff in one post – from plants, to animals, to quilts, to church, gardening, thrifting, decorating and antiques. They always called me “Windy” in the shop – haha!
I leave you with one of my cemetery planters which will need to be delivered tomorrow or Saturday.