My life as a quiltmaker and a foster mom for an animal rescue group.
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Saturday, October 13, 2012
Placemats and Cats
All four placemats are finished, but I still need to make two more. I set a plate and soup bowl on a placemat on the dining room table with silverware and a favorite pink stemmed glass that I sort of collect. I took a half dozen shots with different lighting until I got a couple I thought would work. Then the helpers came. Did I seriously think I could do something alone? There are a few "good" photos. Then some of what I had to go through to get the "good" ones.
"Nice, but they're empty! Get come kibble in there."
When's dinner ready? I haven't smelled anything, but I know there's chili leftover and burnt cornbread. Not bad if you cut the burnt parts off.
I hope you all have a very "helpful" and unburnt weekend, too.
I'm a foster mom with Heartland Humane Society based in O'Fallon, MO. In my other life, I'm a quiltmaker, quilting teacher, long-arm quilter, and do programs and lectures for quilt guilds. John and I have one daughter, Laura, who is married and living with her husband, Jason, in Chicago. I have two grandcats, Dexter and Zelda. Laura and her friend, Sallie, have the Vintage Kitchen Recipe blog. If you like cooking, please visit their site. You can reach me by email at: barbqwilts at gmail dot com (with @ symbol and no spaces).