A boot is a boot

This morning as I was hobbling thru the house feeling sorry for myself, I could hear my dad telling me his favorite quote. “I once cried because I had no shoes until I met a man with no feet.” Snapped me out of my pitty me mood and now I am trying to think of some things to do with one foot up above the waist. I am going to work on making a few bottle lights and then get the hand applique out again. I have about 3 more bottles to print sayings for and put on them. I love my Circut machine.

Speaking of my Circut yesterday everyone (except 2 granddaughters who were working and BMX bike racing) were over to celebrate Mother’s Day, and one Granddaughter came in and I told her I got a Circut and it was in the Sewing room. She came in looking and then went back into the livingroom and asked where was it and why did I have a “cricket” in my sewing room. I love that girl so much. Once she realized it wasn’t an insect she gave me her look of “Ok now I know you are crazy”.

I am going to be in this lovely boot for about 6 weeks or more and they are kind of blah looking. Right? Tomorrow Destiny and I will be finding a way to brighten it up some. Any ideas?

I think today will be an organizing day. Every once in a while I organize or reorganize my sewing room. Easier than rearranging the Livingroom.

I hope everyone has a wonderful week. Enjoy the little things. I look forward hearing from you.

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5 thoughts on “A boot is a boot

  1. Oh yes, I once had to wear a boot for 6+ weeks and it is not a hobby I would like to ever do again. I like your Dad’s sentiment and that is a good perspective to keep. Before you know it the boot will be off!


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