I know most people would be putting away quilts and not bringing them out. But I never followed any rules about when to do what. I just do it.
I was kind of missing seeing my quilts, so I brought this one out of the bedroom and tacked it up. Then going one step further, I tucked another one in the chair.
Added this one to the back of the couch. Sometimes Charlie likes to hop up and lay on the top there. So he’ll have a nice soft place.
Normally he’s right where you see him now though. Tucked into his little red bed. There’s Abi on the floor looking at me like: “Wait, I don’t have time to get up and pose where you can see me better.”
I found out that the apartment complex didn’t sell. The people who we thought were purchasing it put up escrow money and everything. But somehow it fell through.
Looking at the management company online, there is one star for the review. One out of five stars. That should tell you something.
So nothing will get fixed. Because the owner is not about to put a dime into this place. Sad.
This could be a really pretty property if they’d take care of it.
All day I hear the wind pushing the trees up against the fence and the apartment on the other side. The dogs bark because it sounds like something is out there I suppose.
Guess the trees will just keep growing, because no one is about to work on the massive one, or dig the roots out from under my apartment.
There are two trees in my patio yard. One by the gate, the one with the roots growing everywhere. And then about eight or so feet down, which pushes up against the roof.
If the roots come through the floor, I guess I’ll just move.
I found that there are roots going under the cement up by the patio door too. So both ends.
Well, you just do what you have to do and hope for the best, is what I’ve learned in life. If there’s nothing you can do about something, there’s no point in worrying about it.
That sure won’t make any difference.
Note: I was asked if I made these quilts. Yes, I did.