Sunday, August 29, 2010

A Loon of Another Color

First I want to welcome a new follower yea! I am at 20 please take time to visit some of them. This is the bread recipe ,I hope you can read this if not let me know and I will clear anything up. Since I am at a snails pace with my big rug I thought I would post some of my other finished rugs. This one is from a class I took with Bev Conway. She chose vibrant colors and I love them it was out side my color pallet so a nice stretch for me.
If you ever get a chance to take a class with her you should do it. She has a wonderful class on color.
I have had to go through some of my mothers things again. She passed away a little over a year and half ago. my step dad is moving and I am going over some things I didn't get to back when she passed away. No matter how old you are it is so hard to lose your mother.
I found this picture of her father 1918 he was in the first world war. Not sure where he went in the war, but I will say he had a small farm and he preferred to never leave that farm all the time I knew him. I guess there is no place like home.
I also found this deck of cards never opened. Not sure what I will do with them but to never have been opened is amazing.

I had to work on Sat so no yard sales. I have tomorrow off so I am off to my daughter's she has promised me a thrifty fix so I am all excited.
Thank you for your comments it is so exciting to see them. and to my followers old and new thank you, thank you.


Unknown said...

I love the picture of your grandfather! There is so much we could learn from our grandparents if we would just ask--or if they were still around to tell us. Sorry about having to go through your mom's things. I'm sure you miss her greatly. Hugs!

Mimi Sue said...

Since you get so excited about followers I thought I should be one! Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hi. Isn't it fun meeting new people from all over? So greetings from northern Utah! Mimi

Rugs and Pugs said...

Cathy ~
Congrats on numbers 20 & 21. Woo hoo!
I hope you got your thrifty fix today.
Hugs :)

Unknown said...

I so appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment on my blog. Had to jump over for a little visit to you! Enjoyed seeing the photo of your grandfather...And, that authors game is just a treasure.

I too love garage sales and thrift stores. I was lucky to score some great items this past weekend when I found a little time to go to some of the local sales. It is such fun, isn't it?