Saturday, September 22, 2007

Yom Kippur

Shabbat Shalom all and Yom Kippur,

Well I was right, there was indeed a couple of earthquakes yesterday, in fact one of them wasn't even over on the west coast. It was right over at Spokane, Washington. The one I was feeling coming on at the time of my posting yesterday. Hubby did a search last night. He watches that and my moods. LOL he has gotten to where he gets on the computer now and then afterward, says, so at such and such time, you were having problems today huh? About 98% of the time he is right on the nose.

Well I started last night trying to decided just what tatting I wanted to take along with me to Sukkot. LOL I think I am going to end up with taking more projects than I can actually do, oh well, at least I won't run out. But then again, even if I do,,,, I'll be close enough to home (about 18 miles), to pick up more.

I was on a last round of another motif, when well, my temper kind of got the best of me, and when my shuttle and ball twisted together, I after a couple of minutes trying to untwist them, finally yanked on them, and yep, ya guessed it, thread broke, of course only leaving me about an inch to tie with (so I wouldn't have to re-do my clover). Thank goodness my temper SELDOM gets to me like that. In fact that is actually the first time with tatting. Usually I can just lay it down BEFORE I reach that point. Yesterday just wasn't good. I know, I know, that isn't any excuse.

Onward,,,, I forgot to tell ya,,, a couple weeks ago, while I was over in my studio looking for crochet thread (while I was doing doilies) I found a piece of tatting a really pretty edging. I don't know who did it, or really where I got it, but it was still pretty exciting. I also found a collar and beaded bag. I'll try to get those posted before I leave for Sukkot.

Well at least today is a much better day. Ya all have a truly BLESSED day!!!!

2 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Earthquakes... yikes! About 25 years ago we felt our trailer move just a little in the summer. Turns out there was an earthquake near St. Louis, about 4 1/2 hours away! That was a little wierd. I can't imagine one right where I live! Can't wait to see your new tattings!

Tatting N Craftin RainbowRose said...

Well I tell you what, just with how I re-act to earthquakes no closer than the ones that have effected me, I hate to think how I would re-act if they were much closer, much less the same area I was in (immediate area). I would LOVE to visit places in Calif and the Oregon coast as well the Washington, but kind of afraid too.

Going to work on more tatting now.