Oh, well, I got them done in time for our latke party last Wednesday for the art quilt group (notice some in Hanukkah colors?) And I think I have enough for my Whacky Ladies quilt bee brunch on Friday.
Someone decided to knock over our mailbox last week. I came home from eating dinner at my son's home, reached to check the mail, and met empty air as the post and box were lying on the ground. One of the nice things about renting is that you just call the landlord's agency and get it taken care of. Now our old dented mailbox has been replaced with a shiny new one.
December 3 was the five-year anniversary of adopting our sweet dog, Kasey. We got her from a family who had gone through a divorce and changing situations. They did not tell us that she had heart worms. We got that taken care of. Later she had to have surgery and physical rehabilitation for a torn cartilage in her knee. Before she even recovered from that, she developed an abscess from a broken tooth, and had more surgery for that. This little free dog has cost us thousands, but she is so sweet, and is a very good dog. She does not leave the yard, is content to mostly sit at my feet all day, and has been such a good companion.