Here's the perfect porch for all us tired MOPS and BROOMS.
Back in a moment after I close the old porch.
So, about the "active shooter" at WPAFB...it turns out that an uninformed individual panicked, and thinking the drill was a real event called 911. So the drill got a little more serious.
Rock - I forgot to mention that last week I took a chance and bought a little personal watermelon. I don't usually buy them, because they're normally just about tasteless. This was an Amish grown variety called Yellowjacket, and it had yellow flesh instead of red. It was as sweet and flavorful as the watermelons I had as a kid. And full of seeds, too. I remember sitting on the front porch with my brothers and having seed spitting contests to see who could spit one the furthest!
Spring - I don't know if I'll keep my quilt or not. It certainly got rave reviews at guild last night, and I got some advice from some senior quilters as to how to quilt it. If I get offered a sufficient sum of money, I'd part with it (probably a little grudgingly), but that's how one gets one's name known in the quilting world.
Sun - What a pill your pool guy! Is he an independent or does he work for a company? If he works for a company, report him. Sounds like he's an independent, though...
Mikie - My doctor used to write me a prescription for 42 Demerol tablets for my migraines, which would last me at least a year. All of a sudden this year, the insurance company wouldn't let him write it. The longest they'd let him write a prescription for was 7 days... so he wrote one for "around the clock" for 7 days (28 tablets). When I go back in January, he'll write another one... As to the "eedgets" who do things they're not supposed to, we call it "shallow end of the gene pool" rather than "culling the herd," but it's the same concept!
Barry - I hope your dentist appointment goes/went well.
Julie - I feel for you with the clean up project. Now that I'm done with my quilt, I have to clean the bunker. It's gotten just a weeeee bit messy. I'm actually pretty good about tossing cut threads and fabric bits straight into the waste basket, but a few go astray, and all the cats (especially Worf) love to spend time with me, so I have a lot of fur and dust bunnies that need to be swept up.
Back to the label grind for the Duck...
Hugz to Granni, Star, GB and everyone else I've forgotten!