Morning of the Big storm
I want to just pop on and Thank you for all the calles, texts and emails Mike and I recieved during the weather scare last week. By the time the hurricane Idalia got to us, it was downgraded to a tropical storm. Windy and rain only. No real flooding at all. Windy, real wind we are so use to by now.
Remember the Wright Brothers contacted the U.S. Weather Bureau to find the windest place in the US to test their flying machine. Living in Kitty Hawk, a hair brush is almost comical object to me. You brush your hair, then walk outside. Every hair on your head is somewhere new. So you keep one in your car, shop, bathroom, husband's truck. . .I wear alot of hats here.
We are going to take Labor Day off this year. We are going to take the mutts and go explore the little neighboring coastal towns south of us.
Mike and I were talking, I said I need to stay and change the prices on the wool. He said, lets just leave it for Tuesday after the holiday. So I wanted to let you know that 15 new wools are on the site and the old prices are still there.
Here are their names in no particular order. Hyacinth, Crossword, Zebra, Halyard, Midnight, Creamsicle, Thistle, Beach Blanket, Country Fair, Our Little Pony, Tyrian Purple, Burnt Orange, Speckled Hen, Grayson, and Pegasus
I don't want to make this long and wordy, but I did want to let you all know we felt and apprecaited your prayers.
Have a wonderful weekend. Sand and Stitching, Shawn
PS. Our Simply Sweet Monday Facebook live night stitching will be on Tuesday next week, I forgot about the holiday. I'm really calender challenged.