Between the car shuffling decision and an active union rep week I am exhausted.
Injustice is probably my biggest pet peeve. Watching it happen is like standing in quicksand. One year ten months seems like a sentence at this point.
77 degrees today! Sat on the deck while I removed thread and papers from lots of hexis. Read a bit. Felt good to be outdoors listening to the spring peepers.
Apparently I won a basket from the Amherst Quilt Guild quilt show I visited yesterday with Julie & Val! Naturally I spent over $50 at an awesome vendor booth. This booth is a favorite at shows. They sell international fabrics. I bought more of the subdued Japanese fabrics, a packet of colorful silks and a gorgeous piece of Mudclothe. They will be missed when they retire next month.
I have learned:
1. Chevy makes the Trailblazer in
Canada and Mexico still.
Appatently the emissions
standards don't meet the U.S.
guidelines. Too bad. Looks good s
2. Chipmunks or mice made a cushy
little nest under my carberator
with some garage insulation.
A few years ago they made a nest
in the glove box. Resourceful.
3. I need an edgy challenge to make
4. Bullet casings are the next addition
to my Deployment quilt. Cool.