I’m stuck here at work, with no work to do (okay, I’m actually waiting for a soundbite from the Howell Melon Fest to come back to the newsroom before I finish my last story tonight) and I can’t sew since I left my thread on a table in my living room. My philosphy is that even if they don’t have work for me to be doing here, I might as well at least be working in some sort. So I guess I’ll blog instead.
(Oooh…people are jumping on big trampolines on the Olympics right now. At least the Olympics are recording on my TiVo right now.)
I did want to mention that I really think it’s cool how people have started to notice this little website of mine. In the last couple of weeks, I’ve gotten mentions or permanent links on Material Girl, All Too Quilty, Quilt Reflections, In A Minute Ago and Albedo Designs. I’m really excited that I’m not the only quilt blogger out there, and that people are actually reading about my work. I think there’s a lot more really great quilt work that’s being documented online than I know about, and everytime someone leaves a url with a comment, I’m excited to check out what they’ve done, or like to do.
Awww….swimming is on. I’ll be so glad when I don’t have to work evenings or weekends again.

3 Thoughts on “You Can’t Sew If You Leave Your Thread At Home

  1. Hi, I’d like to add a link to your blog on my blog, with your permission, of course. I’m at http://www.knitstitchwitch.blogspot.com but my email is quilter@gmail.com

  2. Sure! I have no probelem with you doing that at all.

  3. Sounds like you guys need to make a quilt blog ring. I love your blog…and the sunflowers.

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