I enjoyed watching her dance so elegantly. I, too, began ballet at age 6, but ballroom dancing with my husband has brought so much joy. I will be turning 75 in less than a month, and hopefully, we will be dancing a month later. He just had heart surgery, and is home from the hospital today.
Thank you very much for the link! There are so many great ideas.
Thank you, I had a good laugh. I always watch for your jokes.
Do you have a pattern, please?
Once upon a time, there was a One-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater, wearing a White sports coat and a pink carnation, and on his feet, Blue, blue, blue suede shoes. He saw My girl, wearing an Itsy bitsy, teenie, weenie, yellow polka dot bikini. However, she was sound asleep!
So he said, Wake, up little Susie, wake up!
When she awoke and saw him, she immediately fell in love, and told him, My love is higher than a mission bell, deeper than a wishing well.
They told me they were Goin' to the chapel and gonna get married.
Of course, they lived happily ever after, Somewhere over the rainbow.
I was humming a few bars of some of these songs, and decided to make up a story. Can you tell another story from songs, or add to this one?
I like the pattern, but don't have a bulky machine. Has anyone made these on a Singer LK 150, and could share the pattern?
Thanks for posting.
Thank you, one and all, for your kind comments. I enjoy gardening and often a "happy accident" occurs when least expected.
This was taken in my front garden. Left to right are salvia, lilac "Miss Kim", pink peonies and iris.
Hope you enjoy!
Hi, and a big warm welcome from NB, but in FL for the winter! Hubby is from Halifax!
Thank you, SL, I enjoyed the pictures.
Pixie-Tinker Pickle-Pants. My Dad used to call me his little tinker, sometimes; I'll take a pass on the last name, though.
Try this book:
"Sock Yarns, One Skein Wonders" by Judith Durant.
A great book full of ideas and 101 patterns. I have it and have made baby clothes, hats, and working on a shawl.
Thank you for posting this, I love it! It's hard work to train a dog, but the rewards are wonderful. Congrats to that couple!
Believe it or not....we ate at Lick a Chick!
We had a cat that would do the same biting. I knit him a small blankie from leftover yarn, and whenever he would get lovey dovey, we would hand him the blankie. He would bite and chew it and drag it around the room. We all knew it was HIS blankie. We buried it with him when he died.