While Connie and Mary Baker were in Houston, I took on this big project outside the quilt shop. We always had furniture set over this loose dirt but with cats around, you can understand why I wanted to improve this entryway. So I brought all the old patio blocks from behind the quilt shop and dug the dirt out below the level of the sidewalk. Then I laid the patio block down creating a clean surface. I only smashed one finger! Next week it will be ready for Christmas and you’ll be surprised when I show you.
I put this beautiful basket of hydrangeas on top of a cupboard so they’d be safe but I kept finding dried petals on the floor. The mystery was solved when BC popped his head up when I went to investigate after hearing the dried flowers rustling. What are you gonna do? He’s a curious cat!
It was a joy to read your comments about Susannah last week. Many of you think I should write a children’s book about her but what do I know about producing that type of book? I would love to write about her, however so let’s just say I’m thinking about it.
That’s all for this week -check the chicken scratch blog. Saturday I’m holding a class at church for anyone interested in making a Christmas Tablerunner. If you are in our area, please consider coming to sew at 10 am. Call me for details, 641-512-5188.
Ole is the pastor of the local Norwegian Lutheran Church , and Pastor Hans is the minister of the Swedish Covenant Church across the road. One day they are seen pounding a sign into the ground, which said:
DA END ISS NEAR! TURN YERSELF AROUNT NOW BAFOR IT ISS TOO LATE!
As a car speeds past them, the driver leans out his window and yells, “Leave people alone, you Skandihoovian religious nuts!”
From the curve, they hear screeching tires and a big splash.
Shaking his head, Rev. Ole says, “Dat’s da terd one dis mornin’.”
“Yaa,” Pastor Hans agrees, then asks, “Do ya tink maybe da sign should yust say,