You know how it is when you haven’t talked to someone for a long while? There is so much to say it’s impossible to cover all the bases, so you just don’t bother to call? That’s how this blog is for me. Too long away from it.
But once again my fan grumbled, so here I is.
Fun stuff: We had a visit from my darling daughter Mo, her handsome husband Stephen and ADORABLE two-year-old Tate. We went to the Lowry Park zoo with them, and then to Disney World. Fun to see that place again through the eyes of a child.
Jim opted out of It’s a Small World. Smart move. The song has been stuck in my head for over a week.
They traveled to the East Coast, played golf and went to a Mets game with Stephen’s parents, John and Jane.
Late in the week, they all came back here. We enjoyed dinner on the patio and had an interesting time getting to know their friend Matt. He’s a scout for the Yankees. Fascinating listening to his experiences.
Did you know a first-year major league ballplayer makes $520,000 a year? Shoulda’ played baseball. But no. Instead, I make purses.
Speaking of purses, I continue to be obsessed. Every day packages arrive from Ebay–sweaters to shrink and chop. Neighbors have begun to bring me buttons, brooches, bags of wool. I opened my Etsy shop yesterday. beatricebeevintage. There are presently nine items listed. I have two more to drop in today.
Then I’m sitting down to start another. Not much else is getting done around here. And that’s fine by me.
This is half of the vintage jewelry I’ve got awaiting new life. The other side of this bag is equally loaded.
Since this photo was taken I’ve finished this little number. The black wool was neighbor Rosalies grannies “funeral” sweater.
Now, back to the sewing machine. My handy dandy little “Brother” brand. Jim thought I’d never use it. Ha!