A random act of kindness ~
Growing up, my boys called me the yard Nazi. I'm very picky about my grass and have been known to cut twice in one day if there are clumps left in my yard. (I have a small yard that takes about 35 minutes to mow.) It should have been cut Friday but Bobbie came to town and friends are more important than a yard. Saturday was the hook in and Sunday it rained. It was just too cold yesterday (maybe 50*). My grass today was higher than it's ever been. After a quick dinner at DSO's, I came home to mow. As I'm approaching the house, I see someone cutting my grass. "Oh, no", I think, someone is cutting my grass and will then ask for money. Nope. It is my neighbor. We have lived here about the same length of time, but she is just an "acquaintance". She said she and her hubby wondered if I was sick or something since they had never seen my grass that high, so as he was working on her vehicle, she was cutting my grass. Isn't that just too sweet?
A story about two hooks ~
At Saturday's hook in, I had my hooks sitting on the table because I did not want to forget to have them engraved. A lady stops by the table and asks if I bought some new hooks. I said that I bought one when I first started hooking and recently purchased another since my biggest fear was losing my hook. She then said "those are my hooks". I thought she was joking and I replied, "no, those are MY hooks". She then told me that she is the hook manufacturer and it was none other than Cindy Hartman :)
Here they are engraved.
I did not get pictures of all the rugs and since I don't who hooked each one, I will just let you enjoy the show.
|Can you guess who this belongs to?|
It was a collaboration between you know who and the Spotted Hare :)
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)