I like them all, but I must admit I have a favorite...or three.
The insides are cute too, but kind of hard to photograph. You'll have to take my word for it.
I've got fabric pulled for five or six more, but I'm getting antsy to sew something else. Something that hopefully won't bite.
Deja Vu, All Over Again
I sewed through the end of my middle finger Friday night (see previous post). On Saturday morning, I did the same dumb thing! I wish I were making this up. My fingers wouldn't be hurting as I type.
The weird thing is (as if that weren't enough), I happened to look up at the clock after I did it the second time, and the time read the same as it had when I sewed over the other finger the night before, 10:40. I initially thought the clock had stopped, but when I looked over at the other clock, it was the same.
Cue the Twilight Zone music.
I dabbed the blood and kept on sewing, this time wearing protection (leather thimble). Thankfully, there were no further incidents. I am not in the habit of getting nabbed by my sewing machine. It's my own fault for keeping the zipper foot on to do a straight seam and trying to finesse it over the tricky spots.
I've been buying eggs from a woman I work with who started raising chickens this year. I opened a new carton this week and spied this monster:
That's a store-bought large egg on the left for comparison, and a normal sized farm egg on the right. Just looking at Egg-zilla gives me a sympathetic twinge for the hen who laid it. You know that had to cluckin' hurt!
Other than a double yolk, there was nothing wrong with it. It made a tasty omelet!
Shaving All My Love 4U
Some men look better clean shaven. Brett Favre, for one. Other guys look better with some facial hair, and Norm is in this latter group. Today he decided to shave his goatee—as in right down the middle. I am always startled when he does something like that (who are you and what have you done with my husband?), and it takes me a while to adjust. Frankly, though, I don't know that this look is something I'm keen on getting used to.
|Paul Teutul, Sr. of Orange County Choppers|
|Gorman Thomas-1970s Milwaukee Brewers Baseball|
Thanks for visiting, and if I don't post again before Thursday, have a Happy Thanksgiving!