We started with Cornerstone Church this morning and listened to Matthew preach a fabulous sermon on the Power of God. He just gets better and better. What a blessing he is.
Then I finished my new Sure-fit Designs red blouse that goes with the necklace I made last week.
Here is a video for you because I could not get a decent picture:
Jerry has his birthday boat back from Bass Pro, and he wanted to take it out for a few hours to break it in some more. I went with him, and we had a really nice time. He let me drive for awhile, and I was able to figure out the new throttle. The motor on this boat is SO QUIET, Jerry and I can't figure out if it is ON or OFF. We are both really loving that!
I want to thank you, Diana, for all your great advice. I am a person who can take advice, so keep it coming. Your eyebrow tips are WONDERFUL, and I tried what you said. The WET brush makes a huge difference. But, no, I did NOT wet it with my tongue. I'm feeling so much better about my brows.
And to Connie Ruth. Yes, I was afraid Glenda might not appreciate my comments to the beginner seamstress. I do, however, feel that SFD would be difficult for a beginner. There is a whole lot more to it than just following the dots. You STILL have to know how to tweak it for all the various issues. I have been VERY, VERY complimentary about SFD because I LOVE it! Lots of people have bought SFD because of my blog. I wasn't in any way saying that SFD isn't amazing and wonderful and awesome. I just don't think it is for a beginner. I will do a video clarifying. I'm wearing my latest SFD blouse in the video above. I learned P&P BEFORE I bought SFD. Both are great products.
And to Debbie who guessed that I was watching videos on how to do the Two-Step: Your surprise will be in the mail tomorrow. I'm wondering if you dance, Debbie. Actually, she guessed the videos were about dancing. I called that "close enough".
Time to go.
God bless you all, and have a wonderful week!