4/07/2010

Improvements

Spent Monday moving furniture from Home to Antiques Booth (Big Shanty, K-14) via a rented cargo van (my minivan, I miss you) and with Timmy's help, who is home on leave this week from the Marines.

Less furniture led to a more pleasing arrangement in the sewing area (yes, I am between floors lol):


Instead of preparing Feedsack Bunnies patterns for the Paducah trip like I was supposed to do this morning before work at the LQS, I began a new blog: Karen the Happy Dieter.

8 comments:

bdalward said...

Good morning...I'll be going to Paducah on Saturday the 24th. Will you have booth there? If so, where? I'd love to meet you. I"ll be going down from Central Illinois on a bus trip with several others, so I don't know how much freedom I'll have to hop around.

bdalward said...

Good morning...I'll be going to Paducah on Saturday the 24th. Will you have booth there? If so, where? I'd love to meet you. I"ll be going down from Central Illinois on a bus trip with several others, so I don't know how much freedom I'll have to hop around.

bdalward said...

Good morning...I'll be going to Paducah on Saturday the 24th. Will you have booth there? If so, where? I'd love to meet you. I"ll be going down from Central Illinois on a bus trip with several others, so I don't know how much freedom I'll have to hop around.

Sue said...

I have been moving things around in my quilt room too making way for some new furniture. Wish I were going to Paducah. Oh the fun!

Heckety said...

Lucky Timmie to play camel as his holiday assignment! Lucky you to have a strong son!
PS There's no such thing as a happy dieter, so I'll just have to check out your new blog!

MARCIE said...

i am trying to picture you between floors.

Libby said...

More space is always a good thing - enjoy your new expanses *s* What are your plans for the next phase of floor?
Hope you and Timmy enjoy his leave . . . . get some good mother/son bonding time in!

Gypsy Quilter said...

You know, that's an excellent idea. I'm ready for serious downsizing myself! Glad Tim was there to assist.