Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Back to the land of internet service

Just who would have ever known that we would become so consumed with the internet? I sure had no idea how difficult not having constant service would be.  But I have to say, I am thrilled to be back amongst the information highway again! :-)

I was able to sneak into town and get a big ole cuppa java and use there internet on an occasion or two! :-)  It's was all about the java don't ya know!

Young son is half packed and Fed Ex only has 1 more trip to my house to deliver the rest of his worldly goods! I am sure there will be one very happy delivery man when this is all over.
I get to go back up mid May to help him bring his car and trailer down. We will be traveling on the ferry to the Seattle area and driving from here. I have to say, I am very excited about not having to drive the Alcan again, although it was a spectacular drive. Sitting for 5 days on a ferry boat sounds much more appealing to me this time!  I saw in the paper that the whales are back in the Sitka area already, so they prospects of whale watching are very exciting to me!

As I mentioned in my prior post, I got quite a bit of sewing done this trip when we weren't packing. I am very happy with this little quiltie! It's from Fat Cat Patterns. Stop by for your own copy and thank Sindy while your there!

Here's a close up of the blocks. Are those little dolls just too cute or what????

It's a great stash buster.
Happy stitching
and
See you real soon!

4 comments:

  1. Welcome back! We missed you! What a sweet little quiltie!

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  2. Nice to have you back. The little dolls are adorable!

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  3. So cute -- we all need a project like this to make us smile.

    Diane

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  4. So pleased that you have arrived home safe and well. The idea of a little whale watching certainly helps ease the stress of all the other work and travel for the next trip.
    That's a gorgeous little quilt that you have been playing with. Looks great!!
    And I really enjoyed seeing all your projects over at M. Samm's, too. Looking forward to seeing all the other mischief you have been up to as well, while away.

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