On to the main reason for this post ~~~~
Masterchief was called for a job. This job is in Georgia. We are going to be living out of a hotel for somewhere in the neighborhood of three weeks. We leave Saturday morning. The nice thing about this work trip is I don't have to work this time. This job isn't at a nuclear power plant. This one is at Georgia Tech. Masterchief is a Sr. HP which makes him more in demand than me and that's quite alright with me. I have all I can do to just do the two outages each year. I really don't have to go with him on this job but I've never been to Georgia before and I'd like to play tourist for a bit. So while my hubby is working I will be running around Atlanta. Oh I don't plan on doing that every day. What I do plan on though is spending alot of the time sitting in the hotel room stitching away. There will be no distractions....like a floor that needs vacuumed or a spare room that needs cleaning up after somebody tore it apart looking for things to put in her new stash cabinet. :o)
I wanted to post tonight to tell you all because I'm not sure when I will be able to post again. I won't be on the computer much for the next couple days so I can clean the house and pack. I can't stand leaving the house without practically Spring cleaning....it's a sickness, I don't fight it anymore....it's how I roll.
The second reason why I wanted to take the time to post tonight is to tell you about the most GORGEOUS linens I received in the mail last week. I ordered three chunks (how do you like that term) of linen from Jan at Tree of Life Samplings. I'm sure alot of you are already familiar with Jan and her blog. She also has another blog: Belfonte Notes. I've been a follower of Jan's blogs for some time now but didn't realize all the talents she has! I saw on Charlene's blog HERE where she ordered dyed linens from Jan and they looked amazing! I contacted Jan and ordered three linens myself.
Sorry about the glare. I'm not the worlds best picture-taker. :o)
From left to right are Sugared Almond, Almond Creme' and Toasted Coconut. Let me tell you that I have purchased/ordered lots of linens and these are TOP NOTCH!! I love the way she dyes them. They don't look blotchy or anything. It just looks so naturally done. Does that make sense?
Anywhoo...I encourage you to check Jan's linens out. I see many more orders from Kentucky in the near future.
That's it for tonight my friends. I need to get busy and pack something! Tomorrow is going to be awfully busy for me. You know...that Spring cleaning sickness I have. :o(
Thank you all for your sweet comments about my cabinet organization project. You encourage me so.
I'll be munching on PB Cheerios later tonight.
Ohhhh....I can hardly wait!
Until I can return to blogland again.......
Keep stitching and stashing!