There’s No Place Like Home

We had a great walk this morning. I even wandered through the woods and hardly used my cane at all. I love my new hip. We were out for one and a half hours. After a little rest, we went to Walmart. I REALLY HATE to do Walmart on Saturday, but there were things that we needed. I was not about to waste time, gas and money going to three different places to get the same thing. I’m too cheap and I need money to spend on my vices like this:

Now, I won’t get to this for several weeks, but I bought it anyway. It would probably not be around when I was ready to make it. I have to make the baby quilt first. Well, I have to make as much as possible before the baby is born. I want to embroider it’s name and date of birth. It’s mainly blue. I think I was thinking of Colette’s grandson, but that’s OK. It’s really cute. I’m sure it will be well received. And just wait until you see what I am making for Colette!

I wish that I had taken my glove things with me to Reisterstown. You know that I didn’t plan to be there that long, but my son needed me around. I haven’t decided on patterns yet. I need to make some swatches. I should email Nancy before I decide, too.  I’ve been thinking about Christine and her husband, too.

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2 Responses to “There’s No Place Like Home”

  1. Christine Says:

    Welcome back. I also hate Wal-Mart on a Saturday. If I go there on Saturday I try to be there at 8:00 AM before everybody else in the city gets there. It is so nice and peaceful and sane at that time. You sure do live in a nice part of the planet. I would not want to leave and go somewhere else either! We are back in the deep freeze!

  2. nancy Says:

    Glad to hear you are back home safe & sound. It is always nice to come home! The items in the picture are beautiful! I’m with you, I can never go to Walmart and it not be busy. There are three Walmarts within a few miles of my house, and everyone is packed 24 hrs a day.

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