Thursday, October 5, 2017

Of Temps & Friends


I have my nose to the grind stone to finish a commission before I am tightly booked with travel events.  BUT I do manage to check the noon temperature for each day so I can keep the rosettes on track.  We had a bit of variety for this week.

86 - 70 - 68 - 62 - 52 - 64 - 63


And I simply did not take a single picture the whole time that I had special visitors.  This journey was all about Barbara and Mike and she is entitled to the big picture of things.  I did pop out the morning they were to leave and get a picture of their big rig as it sat next to the old barn.  I'm, also, happy that our temperatures got warmer when they rolled thru. 

I am very honored that they had included me and our little town as part of their adventure(s).  If you don't follow Barb, you should.  She writes with such brightness and delight - and her photography is super.  I am enjoying traveling with them via her blog.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

10 comments:

  1. I knew you would have a delightful time with Barbara and Mike, as we did. It was a great beginning to our week of visitors!

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  2. Schoharie? It seems like I've seen that name when we've been visiting our son in Fonda, New York. Am I right? If so, maybe you could point me to some quilt shops, etc I should find when visiting there. We'll be in Fonda for a few days the 14th and 15th and then we head to Florida.

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  3. I enjoyed the read about their visit, so glad you had a great visit. Love the sight of you and Mom with the hundreds of quilts. A true treat. don't push too hard with all your commitments.

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  4. We enjoyed our carrot cupcakes with our lobster dinner here in Maine last night. Thank you for such a nice visit, Sharon. Loved meeting you and your mom in person, although you both feel like old friends of many years.

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  5. So glad to hear you had a grand time with Barbara and Mike! We only had time for a quickie little visit but it was a lot of fun to meet another bloggy friend in person.

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  6. You can tell the seasons are changing when you get such varied temperatures in one week.

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  7. Oh lucky you to have such famous visitors. I need to pop over to her block to catch up on all the local happenings.

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  8. I'm so glad you all got to meet -- she did do a great write-up of her adventures through your town. I'm hoping she may make it down this way, too!! :)

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  9. I was sew glad that you got to get together with Barbara. How fun!

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  10. It's so cool that you and Barbara were able to fit in a visit together. From what she posted, it sounded like you all had a great time.

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