Goodness . . I’ve been a chatterbox lately! Earlier in the week when I said I was in a funk . . you know what I think it was? Please don’t laugh . . promise . . no one is laughing?
Do you like to read? Do you kinda feel lost when you finish a really good book and don’t have one all lined up to read next?
Since we live in a tiny little town, it isn’t surprising that we have a tiny little library. I’m not complaining . . I love our town and our library but when there’s a book series, they may have #1, #4 and #6 and they rarely order new books. There was three book series and they have #1 and #3. I asked if they could get #2 . . about 18 months ago and they still don’t have it.
I love Debbie Macomber books. I just recently fell in love with her books. I bought, read and passed on to a friend 9 of the Cedar Cove series books. Between what the library has and the ones I bought, I’ve read the Blossom Street series. Right before we left to go to Arkansas, I found one hardback book with all of the Heart of Texas series. I read the entire book while we were gone.
Monday I took it back to the library and found nothing I was real excited about. It’s so hard to find a book when I don’t know what I’m looking for. I ended up with a Stephanie Plum book. I like her books ok but . . she’s not Debbie Macomber.
I think my “funk” was because of having finished such a great book and had nothing else to read.
But, what does that have to do with the Quiltathon? I don’t have a clue! Don’t forget there’s a Quiltathon coming up this weekend. Get your cooking done; get your laundry done; get your dusting done; get the vacuum cleaner out and leave it in the middle of the floor. It will look like you’re still cleaning! If necessary, turn it on during your husband’s favorite TV show and he’ll be happy to send you back to your sewing room! 🙂 Don’t tell him I suggested that though, ok?