|There's been steady progress on the quilting of "Got Cookies?"; I'm actually out to the borders now and ready to turn it. |
I hope to have the binding in place next week and be ready for handwork.
|I fulfilled a burp cloth request recently; something I still love|
to do, but the orders are infrequent and sporadic.
|A certain grandson is soon to have his 6th birthday and he has requested|
a Corn Hole game. Nana was able to do her part... PawPaw is still working on
painting the boards in the workshop. Shhhhh... it's a secret!
|We ate at Applebee's last night and found tablets for ordering installed at every table now. |
I think it's ridiciulous; more technology replacing jobs, plus the added distraction of games
available for play too... nothing like adding to the demise of a family dinner together where
conversation and eye-to-eye contact used to be the highlight of eating out together.
This was my rant on the subject, my husband tried to explain things to me from a business standpoint...
not that he was in favor of the tablets necessarily, but simply to give me another perspective.
Personally, I find the tablets sad for all the reasons stated above...
what do you think, is this progress for the better?
Speaking of family... there's a great family drama series,
Heartland, available for viewing through Netflix all the way
back to the premier episode from 2007. Filmed in the majestic Canandian
Rockies the series centers around a horse ranch run by two sisters
and their grandfather; it's a joy to watch and I am hooked!
I don't know how I ever missed this from the beginning, but have been
catching up on all the episodes this summer; I'm so happy to have found it.
Netflix is really the best way to watch a series like this: no commercials!
Life is Good!