You'll have to post photos of some of your cross stitch stuff, Sandi. I love looking at what crafty people can do. So glad you're making more good choices than bad. That's what makes it work!
This weekend we did something kind of interesting. My stepdaughter lives about four hours south of us so we drove two hours south, and she drove two hours north and we met in the middle. It was a relatively small town, but it had some fun stuff to do so we spent Saturday at a county museum, rode 9 miles on a steam train (tip: don't sit in the open air car near the engine because you'll get covered in black spots), walked around the town and looked at these big murals on the buildings, and ate surprisingly good food. We played Trivial Pursuits in the evening. My DH and I went to a Farmer's Market on the way back home. So. . . we had a pretty good weekend.
This morning I went to water aerobics and right before class discovered that all the fabric around the seams of my swimsuit had deteriorated. Since there's a big seam up the back, that means my rear was rather exposed so I ended up not going in the water. I was totally bummed. I send an e-mail message to the company and they said that "The suit that you ordered is 55% Lycra. The chemicals in the pool really eat up the lycra part of the swimsuit. In the swimsuit, industry, it is generally accepted that if you wears a suit 3 times a week, for about an hour at a time, you can expect the suit to last about 3 months." Okay, where does it say that in their catalog?? I'm still going to return the suit and ask for my money back.
Hope nobody here was too affected by the hurricane!?!
Women who behave rarely make history.