My life as a quilter.
Really that is when it is time to take a break? I thought it was when you look up and realize that DH just walked in the door and you have not left your sewing machine all day other than for a bio break or to get a refill of coffee.
Tee Hee - now that is funny!
And all of this time I thought two and a half (or half past) was an English way of telling time.
I can hear you laughing now!
*giggle* That is so cute! I'll bet your friend thought you were 'crazy'! LOL :-) Have a happy day!
Ha, ha, thanks for the laugh.
Woops, funny how quilting terms pop out sometimes. Take care.
Now that's a good one, Sue! But who has to stop sewing (wink)!Cheers!
Cute! I actually have a watch taped on to the front of my machine and try to limit my time a bit so I won't cease up at the machine!
That's so true. I love it. Thanks for the giggle.
On St. Patrick's Day, we quilted until we wilted......12 hours of fun and stitches. It may have been a little too much, for some, but I hears=d one lady ask if she could come back tomorrow? Of course! Why not? And last fall, we all decided our retreat to Palouse Divide Lodge wasn't quite long enough. We didn't want to come home! Gosh. I don't know when enough is enough!
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