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Welcome Home, Sweetheart!

Woohoo! My husband is coming home today!  He has been gone since Sunday morning, on a fishing trip to Amistad Lake.  Kay has written some very funny posts in her blog about being “paranoid” when her DH is gone and she is alone in the house.  I, on the other hand, am more paranoid about telling the “whole world” that he is gone, than I am about the actual being alone part.  So, now that he is on his way home, I can “safely” tell y’all that he’s not been here with me all week.  How silly is that? LOL!  Anyway, I am so excited that my sweet baby will be home with me tonight! 🙂

Now, I’m up and off of this computer to get dressed, and do something quilty! I am making great progress on Carrie & John’s quilt, and I hope in the end it will look great. I am to the point of taking it off and turning it for the last borders, and I still have some quilting to do in the center, but while I have it off, I want to mark the vein for the final feathers, that will go throught the dark diamond around the center. After the borders and final feathers are done, I will have some simple meandering left to do, and I will be finished with the quilting.  But, while I have it off, I have to baste one more baby quilt for a customer.

Have a great weekend, y’all!

4 thoughts on “Welcome Home, Sweetheart!

  1. I don’t think it is silly!! We go back and forth on if we should tell, when should we tell etc. But the paranoia is there either way! ROTFL I’m glad he’ll be home with lots of fish tales for you!! Can’t wait to see the quilt!! I bet it is way cool!!


  2. I’ve always been hesitant to let anyone know when DH is away. Goes back to when we had the trucking company and he was gone most of the week. It’s always safer not to let anyone know.

    I keep checking back to see that log cabin quilt. I can’t wait to see what beautiful work you are doing on it.

    Judy in MO


  3. Nothing wrong with a little bit of caution in what we share online. I have a tendency to write to ‘my friends’ but truth is we don’t know ‘who’ is reading what we write and if they are people we’d share personal things with if we could see them (did I make any sense? LOL). Looking forward to seeing the entire quilt…..what you’ve shown is very nice.


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