Good, cuz I don't. She's out running the streets with a friend. They're both night owls and they like to shop without crowds. And her friend just bought a new home, they might be there drinking tea and discussing paint colors. I come by my night-owl-ism honestly, it seems.
A couple of weeks ago, Jenny had a give-away and I won - and today the parcel arrived from Australia. I wish Jenny had come with it. So beautifully wrapped....
Look at these darling scissors, and the sweetest scissor fob you've ever seen, stitched by Jenny's own sweet hands!
Jenny has a matching pair, so we can snip together across the miles. But that was not all....oh no....
THE most gorgeous calendar diary in the world. With attached bookmark, no less. I have no excuse for forgetting appointments this coming year! It will be such a pleasure to use, I'll have to write something each day even if I stay home. I know - prayer requests! I think that's perfect. Jenny, thank you so much my friend, my dear sweet kindred sister. *sniff* I wish the picture was better [my crummy camera and all]. It was dark when I took these, it's dark by dinnertime now, the picture doesn't do it any justice at all.
And now a picture of what I'm working on.
This is going to be a tutorial, I've already started taking pics of the process. A fast, easy, doesn't have to be perfect tutorial. I should have more time tomorrow to finish up, after the Y. Just don't expect better pics - it's pouring rain, I know it will be dreary. Oh, and dark early, sigh. I'm also working on some hearts for Shirley. She's collecting them for the families of the miners who lost their lives in New Zealand. Every family will be getting quilts. If you'd like to help, pop on over to her blog and scroll down to see the post.
I'll be back soon with the tutorial - I think I'd better go try my mom's cell phone, and tell her to get home or else!