(2) refrigerator oatmeal
(3) that there is always something to be happy about
Well it was determined that the rain problem was coming from the gutter, and I finally got it replaced last Friday, for just over $800.
And then this week I got a bad leak in the kitchen, coming from underneath the cabinet, which was also
Long story short, yesterday the plumber had to break into the wall and replace a corroded pipe.
My pipe was almost completely stopped up and when I dumped a lot of water all at once (dishwashing) it flowed back up through the hole and onto the floor under the cabinet, and in turn dripped down through the floor into the basement powder room. It had probably been dripping through that hole a long time and I never noticed it. Nasty.
So now I have the pleasure of having to hire someone to repair the two lovely holes he left me, under the sink and in the two columns at counter height.
The second row of the 12 Days of Christmas challenge is practically done, I just have to make a final decision about the piece of fabric for the space between the two ladies. My instinct is to go with a large piece of what you see hanging there.
The wonky flying geese I made earlier in the week were sewn into the horizontal strip between the two rows. I set the geese "belly to belly" to give them a diamond-like shape.
I was able to use the little free form stars I found, they look pretty okay in the grouping! I'll most likely have this finished by Thanksgiving, but right now I don't even want to think about it.
With everything that's been going on lately my horse is due to come in! Except, I don't play the horses ... Sew forth and sew on.