Hey On A Roll!

Ok it is day 7 and my sewing machine is working great after I met with the man in the store and he went through the threading routine with me . In fact I have pictures of both Lucy and Cindy’s goose with their shamrock dresses.

This is Lucy in her shamrock dress

Cindy’s goose next.

Now Cindy’s goose looks like she is from another country.

As you can see I have got to work on sizing these outfits but hey I’m just learning.  If I practice long enough I should be able to  draw a pattern where there is no elastic around the neck.  My sewing machine is working very well but I’ll see how it goes when I change the color of the thread.

I have made a hat -like thing for Lucy’s other outfit that I had made for her and pinned it to the dress.

I have put my teakettle on the stove top because that is where it belongs.

Do I need it there –probably not but we will see.

It has snowed most of the day and the forecast calls for more tomorrow.  I’m getting the down in the dumps blues with all this white stuff.  But it is going to go away soon I hope because I can drive under normal conditions but I limit the snow driving.

The next appointment with the hearing aid doctor in on the 15th.  I need some adjustments on them so it can’t come soon enough for me.

I took a long nap this afternoon and I feel like I could go crawl back in that warm bed again.

I hope all is going well with you and you are getting done all you need to do.  I’ll see you later.

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About Momma

Now 83-years-old on February 22 and I'm still on the right side of the grass.. Mother of two sons and one daughter (Bloggers SEB and Cindyisms are two of them). I'm Grandmother of three. I have lived with my daughter for nine months now and she hasn't kicked me out yet. I stay active with household chores,and feeding my zoo. (3 cats, 1 dog, and 2 birds.) Retired after 29 years+ at Michigan Bell Telephone and ten+ years with The Oakland Press. I was active with the telephone company union and a Dale Carnegie graduate. I work at crocheting, knitting, making ornaments, and other projects. I do a little canning. I trained with the Michigan Bell Clown troupe and then I was a clown doing parades, parties, and picnics for about 15 years. My other passions are music from the 50s through the 80s, reading, birds, flowers, my pets, big cats, and of course blogging!

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