I don't have a single quilty thing to share (unless buying a new sewing machine foot counts).
I have been super absorbed in getting my father's things in order.
WHEW! What a LOT of work!
My best advice to you about making things easier when you get older is ORGANIZATION!!!
Put all your important papers together.
Write down your login information and passwords in a book
so your family will know what to do with all of them.
If there are investments, try to get them into one or two places not a million
(like my dad apparently thought was a great idea).
Let me tell you it is NOT a great idea and a huge amount of work to track down
what exists and what does not exist anymore.
Make a will and a trust and have that ready.
You can do that now, even if you aren't older!
OK PSA is now over we will resume our normal content!
While I was at the hotel last week waiting to get ready for the visitation, a good friend called me.
She was at the tent sale for the Homer Laughlin company (they make Fiestaware).
She knew I had been looking for the dancing lady cookie jar.
I love that Seniorita!
She is an expensive date though!!!
My friend found one for 1/3 the original cost and wanted to know if I wanted her.
Well hell yes I wanted her!!!
So now she has a place of honor on my Fiesta cabinet!
I took the pics in the dark, so the color is not true.
She is Scarlet not orange and she is beautiful!
Sometimes it's the little things that make our days.
Thanks for thinking of me, Anne!