Mark had his interview this morning for the driver’s helper position at UPS. He got the job – yeah! – but it’s on-call and it only pays half as much as the other position he applied for. He found out today that the other position is already filled. Continue reading
What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word “Africa”? For me, it’s heat. I think of savannahs and jungles and deserts. But apparently, it can also get quite cold. Mothers and newborns have been dying of hypothermia in Tanzania. Karen Klemp and Jane Krogstad have started a program called Hope 2 Others to put together kits of things to help mothers and babies survive, including warm hats. Nancy Zieman, a famous quilter, is encouraging others to help by making heart-shaped hats from this pattern that you can print off your computer: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Hope-2-Others-Heart-Shape-Hat-Pattern.pdf.
I have been so busy of late that I haven’t had time to write about all the things I’ve been busy doing, so I’m going to remedy that now. And because I haven’t had a working camera, the photos are courtesy of Mark. This is a long one, but there is an offer at the end that you aren’t going to want to miss!
This morning I loaded up my sewing machine again and walked over to Woodland Hall. I had seen a fiber arts class listed. A couple of the women who had been in the sewing group yesterday were also here. Continue reading