Thursday, September 26, 2013

Really Random Thursday--Christmas in September

I can hardly believe that I am actually doing Christmas sewing ahead of schedule! That's not my usual MO, for sure. A new book and pretty fabrics have enticed me to make a new Christmas tree skirt.
 Oh, it has been such fun to make. And cleverly simple, as well!
 It's one of those time when you say to yourself, "Oh, that's how she did that!". Love that.
 To keep me company and to "kill two birds with one stone", as my mother would say, I've been listening to an audio book checked out from my local library. So good!
 Sometimes when I sew, I have to take breaks for company...
...or to see what the mailman has brought me.
And sometimes, I just think about my good friends and the fun we have together. (Yes, it usually involves eating...another favorite thing of mine!)
 Check in tomorrow for a view of my finished project (sort of), a book review and a chance to win a copy of the book. 

 I'm linking up with Live a Colorful Life for Really Random Thursday.

9 comments:

  1. Hahaha, sounds like a wonderful day! That skirt is looking great so far, I'll be happy to see more of it .

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  2. I think I know what book : ) I will check back tho'

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  3. Thank you SO much for linking up. Your randomness today is awesome. Talk about happy mail!! I feel like I have been living under a rock, having just discovered Cindy Lammon. I love her Christmas book so much. Your flamingo group looks like so much fun.

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  4. Love the happy mail! And your friendly gathering looks like fun! I don't know the book so you have peaked my curiosity!

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  5. That sound like the perfect randomness to me.

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  6. It's never too early to start on Christmas projects, I like your fabrics. Your granddaughter is too cute!

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  7. That is the best book ever!!!!! I love Francine Rivers, and you have to keep reading...there is a second book...Her Daughter's Dream.

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  8. I love the dress ups your granddaughter had put together. So unique!

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