Monday, May 30, 2011

Crazy moving

Well, I'm here in South Bend, IN.  We keep trying to remind ourselves that we are actually living here now and not just visiting.  But since we've only been here for about 24 hours, I think we have time to get adjusted. ;)  You all will be proud of me.  One of the very first things I did was quickly stop by the local quilt store to check out what they had in stock.  Of course there were a few things that I "had" to get.  It's still such a novelty to see fabrics that I'm interested in buying in a store in person!

We're definitely in limbo right now between locations and staying at my in laws for the present.  Good thing I really like them!  Seriously.  I do!  We're going to have to do more work on our "temporary" home than we originally thought, so I'm going to have to figure out when I can do some sewing.  I will definitely go through withdrawal soon if I can't do some sewing.  But there is plenty to keep me busy with putting together our next temporary home.

I'm sorry I don't have any pictures for you today.  Taking photos, getting them uploaded and then putting them on the blog is too much right now for me.  I'm lucky I found a place to plug in the laptop.  But I did, so that's great.  And as long as my father in law doesn't insist that the wireless internet is messing up his computer I should be able to use my laptop for photos in the future.

Thank you so much for all of your compliments on my bottled rainbow blocks and well wishes for moving.  I didn't get a chance to reply to anyone, but know that I read each and every thing you guys tell me!  I'm off to bed so I can get some more work done tomorrow!


  1. Glad you made it! Make sure to check out the Farmers market. That was our favorite to go place when we lived there. :0)

  2. You probably have some hand sewing (binding anyone) that could help you with your sewing fix until your space is available?!

  3. You moved to South Bend? No way! :) I grew up in Plymouth, IN - about 20-30 minutes south of South Bend. Heading out that way for 4th of July to visit my family.

    How are the quilt shops? I remember walmart and Joanns being my mom's only options when I was growing up.

  4. Whoa glad you arrived safe and sound at your new temporary home.

  5. Hey, if you want to visit Northern Illinois again, we have shop hops all the time. Come visit during one. We have to support our local quilt stores, don't we!?! It's our DUTY as quilters! I live in Aurora, outside of Chicago. We have great quilt stores in the western suburbs.


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