Yesterday we finally got some furniture! What a treat it is to sit down on a comfy sofa!
My quilting friends have been sending so many wonderful packages of fabric and more ... and one of my dear swap partners is bringing me a sewing machine! I am so blessed!
Last night and today I pulled out a box of cards from my wonderful friends on the Quilting Board to sit down and write thank you notes. It is going to take me a few days to get them all done. It is a task that brings tears of gratitude for knowing so many wonderful people here.
As I wrote to several ladies, Sandy left some ugly scars in our community and others along the shore. In time I know the memories of the horror and chaos will fade and the nightmares will stop. But the memories
While Hurricane Sandy is just a vague memory for almost everyone, those of us who lived by the sea are still in the middle of it five weeks later. We had a local contractor do a rip out for us -- they take out the floors and walls and dry everything out so that your home can be repaired. Unfortunately Sandy hit our little cottage with such force that it knocked it off the foundation and cracked several support beams in the ceiling. Our house is going to be torn down. It is just a matter of working