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Saturday, 20 February 2016

Daisy's in disgrace

Last night went well - a lovely meal (well we won't talk about my main course - I didn't like it!), followed by a quiz.  We came first (well they would include a tv theme round - duh!) - with such a high score that the quiz master said - what are you - all teachers or something?  Well - one of us anyway!





















So, onto today and its the monthly visit to West Ashby to sew all day.  My task was to sort out borders for each of my squares - each block is a slightly different size so you can vary the size of the borders to create identical squares.  I took Daisy since she is still eating at lunchtime but, from the start, she was a nightmare - weeing and poohing everywhere.  If she wasn't doing her business then she was behaving like a bored teenager - I called it the terrible two's!  She only calmed down when I emptied my sewing bag - at which point she curled up and went to sleep in it!

I think this could be the last time she comes sewing with me!





Tonight its off to Louth to serve ice creams etc at the local theatre - something I volunteer for once a month.  I did not sleep well last night and so could do without it but a commitment is a commitment!  Mind you as I write this Daisy is going mad barking at Millie so perhaps I will get more peace going out!


9 comments:

  1. Oh dear!!! You are obviously not a happy bunny!!!! This 'cute little puppy' thing is all very well, but you need a firm hand as well!!!! Naughty Daisy!!! Xxx

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    1. I did tell her off, told her to go to her bed and stay there. She did as told - until I left the room and she thought that she could get away with moving!

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  2. Blocks look good with borders on, like framing them

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    1. Yes - I like the way that the frames are linking the disparate squares. They will then all be unified with a burgundy fabric dashing. Long way to go yet!

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  3. Oh dear - what happened to the cute little puppy!!!

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    1. Do you know - I can hear gloating in that comment!

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  4. Ask P.D about chewed up collars!!!!! Hash tag just saying!!!!

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  5. Loving these hashtags!!
    This is all sounding very familiar....yep...puppies are really kids in disguise!

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  6. I think it is Bonnie chewing up the collars - three in a week! #justsaying

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