I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine's Day. My sweetie and I visited our favorite restaurant ~ Five Guys. We love that place :) The best fries in the whole wide world - IMHO.
I'm just feeling kind of blah and really don't have anything to share. I'm more than halfway through a 10 day antibiotic and for the last two days just have no spunk. I'm sure the two are unrelated. Not sick enough to stay home from work, but just no energy or ambition. Yesterday I came home and slept for an hour and a half - most unusual for me. I haven't hooked much on Daisy nor have I started on the hooking for my class in 2 1/2 weeks (the hooking must be done beforehand). I think I've finally chosen the wools for the first month of the Rebekah Smith stitch-a-long and hope I find the energy to cut the pieces out this evening.
We got a bit of snow. Not much of an accumulation, but the pretty kind that is heavy and sticks to every twig. In a day or two it will all be gone but no complaints from me.
Friend Bobbie gifted me with this little pincushion she made using an antique cutter quilt for the cushion. She did a great job painting the base and the little old newspaper clipping reads,
The Best Example
Little George, aged 7, was being reproved for his bad table manners. "You act so bad, Georgie,"said his mother. "So bad that one would almost think you had been brought up in a stable."
"But, mother," answered George, "the Sunday School teacher taught us that Jesus was born in a stable, and look how good he turned out."
Willard S. Fawcett
Saturday I headed out to a local antique mall. Didn't find much (at prices I was willing to pay), but did find this red rug hook with worn paint ~ for only $1. I don't find them often. I keep them in an old flower frog. They are very usable, but I can't hook with anything other than my Hartman.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)