Go to a local café, park, or public place and report on what you see. Get detailed: leave no nuance behind.
To drive past The Cash and Carry Barn which is located at 951 Lafayette Rd, Clarksville, TN 37042 it looks like a monument store. If you have kept driving you have missed out on a huge treat. They are so much more. (931) 503-9921 is their number to call.
Rather than skip the adverbs I had a better idea. Show you. Since they are open year round they have lots of pictures on their Facebook page.
Saturday Mornings there means fresh baked goods:
Then there is the homemade salsa, pickles, relishes, various apple butters, pie fillings and fresh baked pies.
Did I mention the fresh vegetables. They are open year round. They have a great green house.
Yes they work hard at the monuments. Behind the scenes there is so much more… Go and see it for yourself when you are in the area. Tell them that Tammye and Emmanuel sent you.
I am not a person who can just sit idle in a doctor’s office without getting antsy.
I love to take my crocheting with me so that I have something to keep me busy and keep my mind off of why we are there.
I have found that it keeps me focused and makes the time go by so much faster.
We had several weeks of back to back appointments so here is my creations.
My inspiration was the scarf that Mikey had as a challenge at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Crochet-Crowd/116482731742088 The Crochet Crowd.
A hat to keep my head warm. Fingerless Gloves with a hat of their own lol. The shimmering heart scarf.
Some of my projects that I am working on are just too large to transport so I have to find little things to fill the void.
With my Kindle Fire I can download my pattern and take it with me.
I have also picked up many new prospective students too, who want to learn to do what I am making.
Let me know how I am doing so far…would love to hear from you.
What is your latest project? Share it with me please.
I have heard so much about these and so many people are using the Tupperware containers to store them in that we can’t keep them in stock. They are using the container with a neat lift out center to keep the liquid in the bottom for reuse. I found a blog on another site with another great way to recycle flannel shirts and make them.
Daily Prompt: Comedy of Errors (and bonus assignment!)
Murphy’s Law says, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Write about a time everything did — fiction encouraged here, too!
Bonus assignment: do you keep a notebook next to your bed? Good. Tomorrow morning, jot down the first thought you have upon waking, whether or not it’s coherent.
The one and only time that we have tried to make pasta, I forgot what pasta was all about the first time through and tried to make it with Gluten Free Flour.
The second time of trying we used regular flour and used a YouTube Video…I think he had a few too many glasses of wine… the pasta was way too thin and had holes.
The third attempt got us as far as making the dough from a recipe that my hubby’s friend gave him. By then, my kitchen looked like a tornado had gone through it and the mess was incredible.
Perhaps another day I will try again…when I am feeling brave.
Perhaps I might even consider just leaving it to Barilla
Perhaps Barilla Pasta is not such a bad way to go sometimes…
Here are what others had to say on the subject of Murphy’s Law Days…have you had that type of day? Would love to hear.
- Ilya Fostiy. Memory | Philosophy & Photography
- The Undoing of Un Fab I An | In Harmony
- Daily Post: Comedy of Errors | tel-uh-vizh-uh-ner-ee
- My Thoughts on Personal Disasters | Never Stationary
- Daily Prompt: Comedy of Errors: Make Your Own Luck! | A YoungEmt’s Blog
- A Comedy of “Goofy” Errors | steph’s scribe
- NaNo Fragment-Never Fails | Tommia’s Tablet
- Murphy picked on me just the other day… | Hope* the happy hugger
- Sod Off, Sod | The Daily Dilly Dally
- Nihilism: nothing is wrong, nothing is right | Phelio a Random Post a Day
- some people have rules, Murphy has a law | thematticuskingdom
- I Didn’t Make Parole | The Jittery Goat
- Comedy of Errors | The Nameless One
- Daily Prompt: Comedy of Errors (and bonus assignment!) 28th Febuary 2013 | ittikorn1994
- Daily Prompt: Murphy is My Co-Pilot | One Starving Activist
- Comedy of Errors: Locked in With the CHICKENS | motherofnine9
- Daily Prompt: Comedy of Errors | Toddling towards entropy…under 24 hours with G$ | don of all trades
- Daily Prompt: Comedy of Errors « Mama Bear Musings
- The aptly named Murphy | polysyllabic profundities
- The little things | Spunky Wayfarer
For a student who has never sewn before to finish three projects that she can show her hubby proudly and state “I made these myself” is an accomplishment.
Perhaps it is the way that I teach, perhaps it is my patience, or just the fact that I listen to each student and their needs.
This particular student has jumped in the water instead of taking baby steps. She is all about the learning and takes every open slot that I have.
Her next project is the baby blanket. That type of project under other circumstances, I would discourage a new student that is fresh in the water from learning. She is beginning to do an Olympic course of learning so that she can complete it before this baby is born.
Her next session will be to apply the seam binding and then get to the new project that she has already selected which is Nursing Coverings. Stay tuned for updates on our projects.
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TammyeHoney and Eman