I can't believe that I got comment-spammed on a post for refugee quilts to send to Houston for the people who are being relocated there? Being spammed by someone for DOG CARE PRODUCTS?!!!! *shaking head*
Hahahahahha! I have found out how to do the anti-evil-spam-comment protection! I see the little word thingy and the first one on my page is
There! HA! I dare all you evil-spam-slammers to dare try to pronounce that! :c/
And now I will get back to cutting. I have this huge bin of denim jean pieces. I've been wanting to bust this stash anyway, so the urge to purge, and the desire to help victims have collided. I am cutting pieces for yellow-brick-road style quilts out of all this recycled denim. We have cancelled our plans to go to Myrtle Beach because right now gas is hard to come by in South Carolina with the pipeline issues due to Katrina.
I have a full tank as of this morning, but it was $3.00 a gallon or more. Most places were sold out of regular (if not everything) and if they had anything, it was only the premium which could be as high as $3.60. UGH. Lots of stations aren't open at ALL....because they are out of everything.
So I am using this opportunity to spend labor day weekend at home laboring over refugee quilts and happily busting stash that needed to be used anyway.
I have my home, my health, my family, my furry-purries, my happily napping golden retriever, my home, plenty of food, lots of fabric to play with, and as long as we don't lose the electric, I feel connected to the world. I am blessed beyond measure.