What was or is your favorite cartoon? I don’t know if I have a favorite cartoon. I guess that would include animated movies right? I would say, Finding Nemo.
Which cooking utensil (other than the usual pots and pans etc) would you miss the most?I would be totally lost without my instant pot. I cook on Sunday for the whole week and I use it every week. I make everything in it.
Would you dare to sleep in a haunted house overnight? No, I don’t believe I would want to invade the spirits territory.
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? The beautiful weather! It has been warm, sunny and the Carolina Blue sky is as bright as can be. 🙂
I am a quilter. One of the things we quilters do is collect fabric. I thought I would show you just a portion of my collection of orange fabrics. I had another big stack in the closet, but I thought this would be a good enough example of the outrageous fabric obsession we quilters share. 🙂
Here are just a few of the “fabric” sayings we quilters & sewers live by. 🙂
My husband lets me buy all the fabric I can hide!
One yard of fabric, like one cookie, is never enough!
Ask not what your fabric can do for you, but what you can do for your fabric.
She who dies with the most fabric wins.
My husband said if I were to buy any more fabric, he would leave me. I’m going to miss him!!
“Fabricologist Resource Centre”…that sounds more impressive than “fabric stash”
I am a material girl. Wanna see my fabric stash.
Behind every sewer is a huge pile of fabric.
I love sewing and have plenty of material witnesses.
This week I have decided to participate in pictures instead of writing. Unfortunately, I have obtained these photos from the http://www. I have not had the opportunity to be out shooting pictures recently. But the colors this week cried out to me to be portrayed in pictures.
So Philadelphia now has it’s first Superbowl Championship team. I wish Gary had lived to see it. Of course, if he had, I would never hear the end of it. Being a true Redskin fan since I don’t know, forever, that would become old really quick. However, I am very happy for Philly. It was a long time coming. So, Nick Foles, the back up QB led the team to what many have not been able to do in the Eagles history. Kudos!
I know that you will be able to hear the noise from the streets of Philadelphia into the depths of outer space as the fans welcome home and celebrate the victorious players. The razzle-dazzle of the celebration will put a rosy pink in the cheeks of the players and their families who have had to listen to the naysayers all season long. Just think those who have called the Eagles the underdog all year are now turning purple with embarrassment at their lack of respect for the team.
No worries say the Eagles. They wore that badge with pride as they marched through New England filling their piggy banks and those of the owner.
Philly can certainly celebrate better than any city in the country. The Mummers will be strutting to the tune of Fly Eagles Fly and the fans will be going wild. The sun is finally shining on the Eagles.
There is only one bittersweet aspect to all of this. My husband Gary didn’t live long enough to enjoy this victory with his daughter Samantha who has taken up the Screamin Green.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sailaway from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~ Mark Twain