Did you have a nice day? I'm not sure I accomplished much today, but I enjoyed whatever I didn't get done.
You know that laundry that has been on my closet floor since last Saturday?
Well, I sorted it into a pile of darks and a pile of lights, and then I decided to wash all the new fabric I bought when I was at Helen Enox Fabrics with Phylly a few weeks ago, so the two piles are still waiting for my attention. Fortunately, my husband never notices stuff like that.
I did receive about six new hard plastic containers from JoAnn's that I put beads in, and I spent a few hours cutting apart new beads and putting them into their little compartments.
HOPEFULLY, when I find a pattern for a piece of jewelry, I will have beads in every size known to man now!
It seems every time I see something I want to make on You Tube or Craftsy, it takes 50 of the ONE BEAD ON EARTH I do not already have.
Her beautiful dark black hair is starting to look like salt and pepper in places. I was so hoping she would not turn silver/gray as one of our other dogs did a long time ago.
OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! I almost forgot the most exciting part!
Phylly and I had an hour-long conversation via the speakers on our cell phones today as we planned what classes we want to take at the Original Sewing and Quilt Expo in Fort Worth, TX in October.
Are any of you going to it????????????????
We really like Louise Cutting, so we will take all three of her classes. Wish she had more! We will take Linda Lee's classes too. I've already forgotten what else we are taking. It is three days of classes and shopping. Phylly and I know several of the teachers, and we always love to say hi to them. I really like Kathy Ruddy, but that lady is SOOOOOOOOOOOOO unorganized. By the time she FINDS everything she lost and she answers 100 questions, the class is over! She FINALLY begins her class, but all the ladies have to rush off to the next class.
I made reservations for a suite at some hotel that has special rates for the event. Unfortunately, it is a mile away from the EXPO.
I really like it when the EXPO is in the hotel so you don't have to drive back and forth, and you can go up to your room any time the mood strikes you -- or when you have purchased so much you can hardly lift it off the floor!
I have actually DRUG bags behind me and HEAVED them into the elevator! One time, Phylly and I were making trips out to the car several times a day to put bags in it so we could go back and buy some more.
It is definitely some kind of incurable condition.
I better get. Phylly is going to call soon so we can be the FIRST to order our classes. Some of them can only take 20 people. Jerry is ready for TV.