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Exactly! It’s not like the dog went out and bought its own pee pads! ;-)
You’ve never heard of the 1929 Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago? It’s an extremely fascinating story (in a macabre-kind of way, of course).
P.S.: I’m from Indiana and learned about this in history class way more years ago than I’m willing to admit! ;-)
Glad to be of help! Hope you have a really great weekend and I wish you many hours of happy sewing ahead ….. especially after you locate the perfect pair of electric scissors that will make cutting your fabric so much easier for you to do! :-)
I don’t know if this is what you have in mind or not but after a little bit of Googling, I just found the following item on Etsy. At $39.99 it’s kind of pricey but it comes with a 3.6V Lithium Ion battery, battery charger, and two blades (with replacement blades available although the description doesn’t say how much those are. I’d ask the seller about that in advance in case they’re a lot more than I really wanted to pay). Oh, and it comes with a full 1-year warranty too.
Hope this helps but if not, good luck in your quest to find exactly what you’re looking for. As a cross stitcher, I know just how important it is to have the right equipment to make a sewing hobby much easier and a lot more enjoyable to do! :-)
Don’t you dare! You look perfect just the way you are! Love you, Sis! ♥
A credit card in the hands of a shopaholic like Cathy is never a good or wise thing to have. It’s no wonder she complains to the CPA every year at tax time about how she doesn’t have any money but what IS a wonder is that neither one of them have ended up in bankruptcy court at least once by now due to their sometimes out-of-control spending habits! :-/
Hi, rgcviper! :-)
Hello and Happy Wednesday, fellow Cathy fans. Hope everyone has/had a really nice day today! :-)
Given Holly’s age, I’m really surprised that Val, apparently, hasn’t taught her the facts of life yet (and I don’t mean just the sex-with-boys part of it either)! All too soon this “embarrassing situation” is going to be her life for many, MANY years to come so she might as well get over it now so that she’ll be better prepared for these same, inevitable shopping trips later on.
Whenever I’m buying a card for my husband, I look at every single one they’ve got in order to find just the right one. It’s rare that I ever find more than one I really like, but if I do and I just can’t decide between, say, two or three, then I go ahead and buy them all. That way, I’m “stocked up” for the next couple of birthdays, anniversaries or Valentine’s Day’s and won’t have to buy anymore of those particular cards for a while. Win-win for me! ;-)
Hello and Happy Monday, fellow Cathy fans. Hope everyone had a really nice day today! :-)
No. If you ignore your dog’s needs, it’s the willful neglect of an absolutely helpless dependant!