The self imposed deadline for the Hummingbird blocks was not met. To be honest the repetitiveness of them was boring me to sleep. All I could do was walk away and play with quilt ideas that were bouncing around in my foggy brain. The weekend was a total washout because of my brain fog and Mothers Day activities. Monday however turned out wonderful even though I never touched my sewing machine. Momma needed a chauffeur to the doctors office. Afterwards we did some shopping. She tickles me when it comes to shopping. She loves second hand clothing shopping. I don't think she owns an outfit that costs more than $10. Well that is if you don't count her shoes and undergarments. Yesterday she needed Spanx, tummy control. Here's where her logic gets really silly. She will pay $68 for a pair of granny panties but when we started looking for her a new bra she refused to pay $40. Why make your tummy and toosh look good if the girls are flapping in the breeze? Oh well, they're her girls.
But look at my new girls! $3 each! WOOOHOOO! Hot and heavy. The steam still works on them but I don't use steam. Of course momma thought I was nuts for buying a 1950's era iron, she just bought a new expensive Rowenta. It's almost a guarantee that my old, but new to me will outlast her new fancy Rowenta.
Somehow this jumped into the shopping cart. Like I needed more cherries in the studio. Blaming this one on momma...she's the one that said "it's ONLY $2, you have to buy it" What was I to do? Disobey my momma? Like the saying goes...."If momma ain't happy, Ain't nobody happy" So I made her happy and me happy!