we’re serious about our handicrafts (aka crafts–but charlotte mason called ’em handicrafts—and i kinda like it).
never mind the hot glue gun being operated by minors in juxtaposition to the grilled cheese.
we’re busy, okay?
and we’re making a tutorial for you on rosettes.
these two girls-a-mine are rosette makin’ fools.
they’re taking their supplies on the road,
because well, we run a tight ship around here. (aka—-they fear boredom)
****as a side note, i think that’s one of the reasons i don’t love going out of town. i don’t have my books, my kitchen, my bed, my coffee, or access to handicrafts.
and then there’s all the packing and planning and schooling and cooking and cleaning and downloading and printing—-getting ready for pageant weekend.
so, working lunch it is.
fyi, we are (as in ‘I am’) making slimshady meatloaf (it’s really called ‘slim and trim’ but i like slimshady better), chicken gumbo and banana muffins to leave for stevie while we’re gone.
with that menu, think he’ll even miss us?
and i very well may be computer-less for 3 days. because mine won’t SHUT. remember that?
but if i can get my act together, you’ll have a post or two while we’re gone. that’s a BIG IF.
i loved all your suggestions about nashville/clarksville and i’m trying to work it all in. i regret to inform you that although i LOVE franklin as much as the next guy, i’m not sure i can work it in this visit. we’ll see.
now back to it.
oh and one more thing: know of any fabric stores in nashville? i’m looking for upholstery fabric for an ottoman.
and one more thing: wanna help me clean out my car? it may take a village.
goodbye and carry on.