Wednesday, May 7, 2014

If I'd only known. . . .

If I'd known how heavy fabric was, maybe I wouldn't have bought so much!  Got back from the quilt weekend, wonderful.  Spent Sun. night loading up 2 cars, and then we made a trip to storage unit.  Couldn't get in unit as previous person left his lock.
After we cleared that up we were too tired to unload more.  So, Mon. moped floors, etc.  The 5 sterlite boxes 24x 14 or so were heavy!  I'm taking my little Janome to the beach with me, so that is still in car.  The real estate "caravan" -number of people to look at houses new on the market- came yesterday along with the photographer, so it should be on MLS with pics. soon.
Saw Mom about 12 noon yesterday.  Walked this morning already, and it is HOT!
Going to take a bunch of winter clothes to storage unit. Won't be needing them any time soon!
Finished off the binding of 2 quilts, made a bunch of yo-yo's for a Christmas wall hanging.  Ate way too much fudge and other sweets.  Looking forward to going back again for another retreat either in the fall or next Spring.
Sara in HOT Florida.


At May 8, 2014 at 6:24 AM , Blogger RoseyP said...

You know Sara, the one good thing about our 'vice' is that when we die none of it will go to waste. It will go to a guild and be auctioned off to other quilters who are in the line of life behind us and be used up in their quilts. The money raised will benefit the guild. To me, while we're not here to see it, it's a win/win situation all round except for us. We're out of the equation of life but our fabric is not. So never feel guilty about buying fabrics, it will never go to waste.

At May 10, 2014 at 10:52 AM , Blogger Doris W. in TN said...

Sara - don't leave your Janome in the car for more than 30 minutes. The heat build-up will melt lubricants inside it, etc.


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