It’s 32 degrees and raining – a recipe for possible disaster if you ask me. If the temperature drops and it keeps raining, the roads will get icy. I had to bring Rox to the vet at 8 am for ear cleaning, shots, eye cleaning, teeth exam and I will wait in town rather than take a chance of driving home and leaving her stranded at the vet’s office overnight if the weather turns bad.
Look who’s at my house – Camber! 5 months old and so happy and smiley!
Eric, Nikki, Camber and their 2 chihuahuas Bella and Boo arrived Sunday night for Thanksgiving. With the weather being questionable today, we went shopping yesterday for Camber’s Christmas presents so they can take them home with them. We bought cute clothes and toys – it was such fun!
Next week Country Threads will be featured on Martingale’s blog so I’ve been answering questions via email this week. That age old question “how did we meet and how did we start” is what everyone seems to want to know and Connie and I argue about who has to answer it because it’s quite boring and ordinary. Of course when I think back to 1981 and how different things were then, I know it would be impossible to start a business like ours in the same way today. We weren’t business people at all – we were two women who loved to sew! We learned the business as we went and the business grew with our knowledge of it. If one thing didn’t work, we were willing to try something else. Our minds were open to change and that was a good thing because we saw many changes through the years. For those of you who don’t know our background, we started our business before rotary cutters!
Enough reminiscing – it’s still raining and Rox is still at the vet office. Later.