The glass has been missing ever since. I actually went and bought a piece for it, but before I could put it in, that got broken, too.
It seemed my old dish cupboard was destined to be in a state of disrepair.
But then I went south for 8 weeks, and while I was gone, Lois decided to get it fixed for me, as a birthday present.
And yes, she is clever, but not that clever. She did, however, persuade Claire, who is VERY clever, to do it for her.
So at long last, my cupboard is whole again. This is the kind of birthday gift that I love. Unexpected, appreciated, one of a kind, thoughtful.
Thanks, Lois, and thank you Claire.
My granddaughter broke her foot in gym.
I just wanted to show you the tiniest ever pair of crutches.
You can't see it, but she has a cast from her knee down.
I have been watching my littlest grandbaby, who is as sweet as she can be, and also the lightest sleeper I have ever known.
Nothing like a tiny little person to make you feel like you have to be at least 100.
I am trying to get my groove back. It's not easy. The weather is totally depressing. And even though this newest storm is supposed to miss us, my HEAD can feel it barreling down on the east. There has to be a better way of predicting low pressure systems.
A little silk from Michael at Georgia Yarn
I am loving it.
And here it is in a different colorway.
I highly recommend Georgia Yarn....great products, friendly and fast service, good prices.
Off to work. L and the Toika for big rug weaving are waiting on me.