Watching the Grammies and wondering why anyone would want to wear such stupid clothes? I’m way past wearing anything that would draw attention to me! Haha!
So much to tell you – none of it very interesting but here we go. Rick and I attended a funeral on his side of the family yesterday and came home between luncheon and family get together in the evening because I had chores to do. The hydrant is frozen up in the barn so I’ve been hauling water. Rick has worked on it all day today and hopefully it will be thawed by tomorrow at this time. Needless to say, I’ve never appreciated a working hydrant so much in my life.
The chicks are doing so well – the video I tried to post was Mama clucking to her babies and I knew you’d love it. I gotta figure out how to post a video – it keeps asking for the URL of my phone and I do not understand!
I have not let the little family in with the other chickens just yet but soon.
We had an unexpected death in our church family – a young mom, 43 years old, and her funeral will be on Wednesday. With bad weather on the way Margaret, my organist friend, and I practiced before and after church today. Then I went to a visitation for a friend’s mother whose funeral is tomorrow. I am going to play for the service and Becky will sing two special songs, How Great Thou Art and One Day At A Time. Let’s hope the weather doesn’t get too nasty.
I have a question for all of you who comment (which I love). One of the readers reported that she has to sign in with her email address every time she wants to leave a comment. Does this happen to others? Anybody got an idea of why this is happening? It’s not such a big deal but it’s annoying. It’s like Amazon and Pinterest that makes me sign in every time and I can’t figure out how to remain signed in. Again, it’s annoying!
If you’re still wanting to order Frosty and I Love You, do it quick because we’re going to move on. We’re going to introduce March and a very special April/Easter project.
We’re waiting for another book order so we’ll be ready to fill orders again by midweek.
This is Beyond The Battlefield by Country Threads, $31.00 to Country Threads, 2345 Palm Ave. Garner, IA 50438.
Here are a few of the quilts in the book.
Hazel’s BFF, Moe, has been with us this weekend. We just love her!
Moe and Ethel
That’s all tonight – I think I’d better practice for tomorrow again. Makes me nervous, honored to be asked but anxious because I want to do it well.