July 18, 2010

The week begins. . . . . . .

Thank you to those of you who have left messages here and sent emails concerning the new original girl's sampler, Sarah Street.  Since it isn't a reproduction I didn't know what to expect. I'm glad you like it which means I am going to go ahead with the others like I had mentioned in an earlier post.  Sarah's pattern and the other two arrive this week at our distributors.

I am just putting the finishing touches on the last ornament of the year.  I'll send it off to Vonna (Twisted Stitcher) next week who returns them with lightening speed.  The last two were back in the blink of an eye and both are soooooo sweet.  She really does a nice job on them.  ;)

Just a reminder that on the 23rd we will be drawing two names from the registered members of this blog.  You don't have to leave messages on the original post (but I love it when you do!).  I am using Google Reader to stay in touch with some of my blogs and it makes keeping current so easy!

The weather reports tell us each and every day that we're going to get rain and yet we don't.  The heat in Tucson is as hot as ever and we have the humidity to go along with it without the benefit of water which we need desperately.  I hope this won't be one of these "be careful what you wish for" moments!


  1. We are dry here too in the Shenandoah Valley - I've had to go out and water my trees to keep them alive! I said to someone the other day that a tropical storm would be nice; just not one that comes at us from the Gulf.

  2. Exciting stuff Diane :) I'm thrilled to see all your new stuff coming out!!!

  3. Hot, hot, hot here in New York as well. :( I am so far behind on my blog reading (and posting too!) Between no computer at home, long weekends at dog shows (Rory won another point!) and getting busy at work my time is limited. but I HAVE to visit a few certain blogs and I just love the photos of Gracie and Luke in the previous post. :)

  4. We're at the time of year where it's not unusual to get pop up showers (from Gulf moisture). In fact, it looks like we may get one soon.

    Can't wait to see the new stuff! I love that you're doing the samplers.

  5. I love Sarah! Another must do! Dry and hot here too in Ca.

  6. Sarah's street is very sweet!

    My son just arrived home after spending a week in AZ on a mission trip. He loved the weather and was wishing he was back there because we are going on 7 straight days of the heat index being between 105 and 115 and the humidity to go along with it. It is hot!


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