Somewhere in this stack of boxes is the plastic bin with the batiks for the next bear from Dione over at The Clever Chameleon . I know it was left out, but Hugh, in his keenness to get things tidy and neat, has picked it up along with the others. Can you see it? Next to bananas and apples!!!
Too late, and now Open Live Writer has changed the format from the one I am used to, so goodness knows what this will turn out to be. We are almost all packed up, a huge marathon, and a lot of disposing, sorting and giving away.
We almost have a new home, should know on Wednesday. We have looked at so many homes,in so many other towns, and they have ranged from tiny ones to mansions and all in between. Some spotless, some grubby, some so untidy, but if we move to this one… I will have a HUGE room for all my sewing and quilting, room for Joyce’s Horn cabinet, no need to stow it away till next sewing session, and a workshop for Hugh.
In between other things, I managed to get the flimsy sewn together, for the Fireburst Mystery up north with Tish, at Tish's Adventures in Wonderland This by itself was a small miracle ,and next thing the Bernina will be packed too.
Furry Gnome, I am so glad your card arrived, via Hugh’s cousin who was on holiday in Ontario, maybe posted from Tottenham, as was a small gift for Brady, Sandra’s grandson, you will find them at Musings of a Menopausal Melon , that way was so much faster than posting from NZ, which can take more than 6 weeks.
That’s it for me for today, on to more packing and bubble wrap.
Quotation of the day, author unknown. Thanks to the internet for this.
Greetings from Jean