This very sweet rocker is my next chair challenge &
Paul & I have been looking for a kitchen island since we moved into our house in 2004. We haven't been able to find anything that we both agreed on up until now.
Posted by Bibby at 2:20 PM
The friendly skies from the only airline left that doesn't charge you for extra baggage, juice or pretzels, Southwest.
Paul & I got off the plane & we're waiting on the curb for Daniel to pick us up & one of the first cars we see has an Alabama football flag hanging out the window. Paul felt like he had gone home!!!
Me & Daniel
After a year & a half, Paul & I finally were able to make it to Baltimore to see Daniel & Leah.
After graduating from Alabama (Tuscaloosa), Dan & Leah moved to the DC area where Dan took a job with ATA. We were suppose to go see them last year, but had to postpone our trip when Paul's father fell & broke his hip.
Posted by Bibby at 7:59 AM
I never really thought one way or another about mushrooms, except that I don't like to eat them raw. They smell like dirt & the texture is funky. I tolerate cooked ones....
I read that mushrooms are the "fruit of fungus". Now, that's something to ponder........."the fruit of fungus". Does that mean that mushrooms are fruit? Who knew that fungus had fruit???
There are hundreds of different species of mushrooms & I think we have 1/2 of them in our yard.
I guess we can attribute the abundance of them to the wetter than usual summer we've had.
Now, I will take you on a study of mushrooms, they are really pretty interesting.
Actually, I'm finally learning how to take pictures with my camera.
Posted by Bibby at 2:06 PM
Posted by Bibby at 7:42 AM
Fall is my favorite time of year. I get so homesick this time of year that I just want to pack up & head north.
This reminds me of a bumper sticker on a redneck truck I saw many years back..............HELP CLEAN UP THE SOUTH & BUY A YANKEE A PLANE TICKET HOME! I wanted to run the guy off the road & was offended at the time, but now would gladly welcome a free ticket home any day!
Don't get me wrong, the south is very nice, but very hot.
The roving that this yarn was before it got twisted just SCREAMED fall to me.
It started out as 4oz of superwash Merino. It's now 3oz of the best DK weight yarn I've ever spun.
You ask, what happened to the other ounce of fiber? It lays accidentally unwelcome in my vacuum cleaner bag along with cat & dog hair, human hair, sucked up bug parts, cat liter kicked from the box, kitchen tidbits, etc. You get the gist.....
No, there couldn't have been a new bag just placed in the vacuum, so I didn't have to think very long about retrieving it.
Posted by Bibby at 6:55 AM