Yesterday morning, I snuck over to the neighbors and took a few pics of their Argentine Giant cactus as it was blooming.
I didn’t have to travel far to attend our village’s jam session two Friday’s ago. I couldn’t help but smile when I saw a young couple who had come to visit an older friend. It’s rare to find young people in our 55+ village and they looked so cute and happy together.
I didn’t have to travel far to find this beauty.
Tu-Na Helper and I spent a long weekend in Austin, Texas returning late on Monday. While there, we browsed through several thrift shops. Why? Because I love a good deal and one never knows what they might find.
I found 5 3/4 yards of this beautiful elephant fabric.
The price tag read $5.00. But it wasn’t 50% off day.
Did I buy it? Need you ask.
What will I make with it? Not sure yet. What would you make with it?
What I Learned Today:
- I enjoy a good find.
- Good finds are getting harder to find.
- Shopping at thrift shops is addicting.
- I could be addicted to worse things.
- Contrary to what Tu-Na Helper says, I don’t need to have a plan in order to buy something. My plan will eventually come.
Question: Would you have purchased it?
Thanks for stopping by and do come again.
Karen, Tu-Na Quilts
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