writing at 100,000 kilometers/hour, just sitting here
I have discovered that, in my case anyway, sewing projects always take more time than I anticipate at the beginning. They don't always turn out as anticipated, either.Yours, however, look great! I would carry plump loaves of Ukrainian (whole grain, seeds of all sorts, dense, yum) in the bread bag - just because.
I LOVE the tomato bag!!!!!This is such a cool idea. Yay, you.(I am terrible at your new verification system, btw -- in my opinion, NOTHING "matches" the picture they're showing me)
Very nice, although that tomato has a rather saucy expression. Happy and tired, good way to end a day. Lady C,I just refresh to get away from the photos, don't like 'em either.
CROW: Yes, me too: in general my projects always take more time rather than less.Ukrainian bread! There's an Easter European bakery/deli across the river---they sell sausages too--must go get some in my cloth bag!Except the sausage---that smells so strongly, I'll stick to plastic there.LADY C: Thanks! I ended up giving that tomato bag to bink, who also loved it.ANd that verification system: WTF? NOTHING HERE IS SOUP.ZHOEN: Heh, the tomato is saucy. Thanks for the tip of refreshing to get away from the verification photos---I hadn't thought of that.
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