I think it's time, don't you?
We'll celebrate fall, and lovely weather.
Or maybe my recovery.
Or let's just celebrate the good energy that blogging generates, and the friends that it makes.
Before my surgery, I had my newfound seamstress, Angie, making monkeys, and sewing strips for rugs.
Then she had an idea. She never stops, this girl. Reminds me of someone........
She made a purse, out of socks.
It was so danged cute, that I told her to go for it, and make more. Which she did.
So let me introduce you to:
I know. So silly it could actually work.
They come in two sizes, the small which will be $19.95, and the larger, which will be $27.95. They are totally washable, and GET THIS, they are REVERSIBLE. Some have cell phone pockets.
Too freaking awesome for words.
It is perfect, for your wallet, and your phone.......or a bottle of water, when you are walking. It is just enough. I will take some better pictures soon.
Carrying around my heavy camera has not been an option, so all you are getting are pictures from my Iphone.
I love Angie. She is a hard worker, she communicates, she is on time, and she is creative.
Thank you, Craigslist.
Anyway, that's the giveaway.......a small Socketbook. All you have to do is leave a comment about it.
Drawing Wednesday 9/26.
This weekend is the Washington County Fiber Festival at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Greenwich, NY.
I have a booth there, but I am not personally there.
So this is Lois' first solo show. I told her I would cancel it, but she said no, she wanted to do it.
Check with her on Sunday evening, to see if that was a good decision, or not.
I helped her with a little advice, and that, my friends, is all I was good for. Couldn't lift, couldn't lug, couldn't do much of anything.
I did, however, go to visit, and check it out. She is doing a great job. You're not surprised, right?
I think in life that a lot of our happiness, or unhappiness, comes from surrounding ourselves with people who uplift us, and make us better, or NOT.
Been that last place, done that.
Now it seems that I truly am surrounded by lovely, helpful, supportive, and sweet people.
It's not an accident, folks.
I think it is something that comes with getting older. If only the young knew.