I am so sorry I haven't blogged for over a week. I didn't even realize until Upstatelisa reminded me....thanks Lisa! I have been rather busy, including a nice flood a week or so ago of sewer water in the basement. Don't worry, everything is fine now, but hubby and I sure had fun (is that what you call it??) cleaning it up at 2am. We didn't even have a shop vac so hubby went to Wally World - yes at 2am and joined the line of others buying shop vacs for the same reason. Thanks to a nice tropical storm the drains couldn't handle the storm water and sewerage. And of course, brilliant woman that I am, I decided to do laundry at 1 in the morning and that just opened the floodgates - yes pun intended - and well the rest is history.
But I must say, my basement has never been cleaner. Being doused in bleach tends to do that.
I have exciting news! The very latest issue of Cotton Spice Magazine is out, and I have another project in it! Woo Hoo!!! You can check out the magazine here, and my project is on page 38. It is the pumpkin table topper/wallhanging which I blogged about here last Fall.
It is fast and easy and a ton of fun to make. I also love the new style and fonts Karen and the team at Cotton Spice have used in this issue. And there is a special section on Sunflower projects - I am loving this issue! Soooo much fun!! Remember, the magazine is 100% free and there are 112 pages of it for your viewing pleasure:)
Temperatures around here have finally dropped and I even wore a jacket yesterday. I love this time of year! Not hot but not too cold - a crispness in the air. We can't wait to go apple and pumpkin picking. I have really enjoyed making these new American traditions. I do love how much Holdays and seasons are celebrated here. It seems like there is something fun going on all year round!
Oh and you probably noticed I changed my blog around a bit. I'm still playing, so don't be suprised if it looks different next time you visit! I really like the 3 column template - Blogger doesn't offer it, but you can easily change it yourself by following these very easy instructions. Thanks for the heads up Lisa!