Sunday, August 16, 2009

Once Upon a time......

I was a quilter. Now I don't do much of anything. The stack of boxes still sits in the sewing area. I've been asked today to make a quilt for a raffle for the Masons so I guess I need to clean it up and get a move on it.

A couple of weeks ago I was playing with making jellies and preserves and that took alot of time and mess to do. Now I'm joining a bread baking blog challenge. I won't be doing it daily but I'd love to learn how to make good homemade bread.

Tomorrow is a goof off day with DD. We're heading to the beach just the two of us. Should prove to be a fun day. Hope we don't fry.

With hubby home he's been doing some much needed tlc projects around the house, painting etc.

So here's a pic of my silly friend Moose.


Does this basket make my butt look big?

7 comments:

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I'm afraid this will be me soon - doing other things. WIth the upcoming wedding of my daughter and fall coming with all the stress of preserving our garden - I can't see I'll have much time to sew. Oh well. The kitty is so cute.

Catherine said...

Love the pictures of Moose!! Can't wait to hear how your bread-making challenges work out!

kathyinozarks said...

Moose is just too cute Kim, enjoy the bread baking-keep us posted. I used to bake alot of breads-is really fun to do.
Nice to have hubby home? I love that with retirement now.

Marge Gordon said...

Nice to hear from you, and I too used to be a quilter. I will get back to it sometime, soon I hope. Hope you had a nice beach day and that Bill didn't spoil the adventure!

Helen said...

Boy, I can relate, I too, used to be a quilter.
So funny, I just posted about not quilting lately, on my blog.
Your kitty Moose looks amazingly like my male cat, Desi. He is my sewing buddy.

Sweet P said...

Great photo of Moose. Are you not moving? As much as I hate to say it - I hope the Yankees beat the Tigers this week.

Cathy ~o said...

I used to be a quilter too, seems like so many other things are calling to me now though. Occasionally I look at my machine and fabrics with longing but mostly I just think how much room there would be if all the stash was gone!
Haven't quite reached the point of letting it go yet though so I think there is still hope!