My mailbox has been busy and I’ve not been home all the time with doctor stays…then when I am home, I’m playing catch up. So this post of thanks is a little late.
Ila and her Hubby sent us a box of tangeloes. YUM. They are the juiciest ever.
I’ve been throwing them in my bag when we run out the door to the doctor. They are the perfect take along something to eat. THANKS Ila and Tom!!
A big box of yarn came from Ronda, the charity quilter. I opened the box when the kiddos were here and immediately they were begging for yarn. The school aged girls were thrilled as they have been making pompoms. I told them the yarn was for making charity projects but if they would help me sort it, I’d let them keep a couple small balls. They love the variegated colors.
The one of the girls squealed and said, “Jo, can you show me how to do the string tricks again?” So a few minutes later we were doing string tricks and no sorting happened that day. I love teaching string tricks. Kids are so amazed by them. Two that I teach, my dad taught me.
More things came….stickers and seeds from Sue in Medina, TN. Seeds and thinking SPRING…YES. Just what I need. These will get planted and enjoyed all summer.
A card with fabric came from Rebecca in Molino, FL. This is the exact type of fabric I got in the bag from the auction that I blogged about HERE. I’ll add this piece to the rest.
Check out this wonderful homemade card from Carolyn and the Pierce City Quilters. I sent them some fabric items. Their group will be featured here on the blog on Thursday.
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