I'm Back!

Well, mostly anyway. Not that I have ever been consistent here. I have all of the projects at that almost done phase - you know - they just need the hem to be sewn, or the edges trimmed, the last things that seem to take forever. In my case, usually because I've gotten bored. These will get finished though, because they are gifts (although, that hasn't helped me finish some other things). I should be able to post a few photos, but some will have to wait until after Christmas, I don't want to ruin any surprises.

In other news my Aunt Doris died and she will be missed. She was my mom's youngest sister and probably the only Aunt on that side that I really felt I knew. You see, my mom came from Nova Scotia and married an Alberta farm boy. Most of her siblings stayed in that part of the country and I think we only ever met them five or six times. If you would like to read a beautiful tribute to my Aunt, pop over to my sister's blog at Bag Lady's Blather. She is better at these things, she is also the one that keeps the rest of us siblings informed about the goings on within the families.

Well, that's all for today folks, gotta see about finishing something today.


Leah J. Utas said...

Sorry about your Aunt Doris, Reb. Good to see you back as here as you've ever been. :)

Hilary said...

I'm sorry about the loss of your aunt, Reb.

Looking forward to your posts now that you're back. :)

the Bag Lady said...

Nice to see you back, sis! Thanks for the link, although I wish it didn't have to be for that reason.

Jay said...

Glad you're back!

Very sorry about your aunt though.

Reb said...

Thanks Leah.

Thanks Hilary - now I have to produce I guess!

Sis, I wish it were for another reason too.

Thanks Jay.

David Cranmer said...

Welcome back! It seems like your time away was productive... I read about your Aunt over at the Bag Lady's site and I extend my condolences to your family.

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...


Anonymous said...

I, too, read about your Aunt Doris at Baggie's blog. I'm sorry you have lost this important link in your family. May your memories be sweet.

Reb said...

Thanks David, not as much as I would have liked though. Oh well. I noticed you've been over reading her stuff - she's funny!

Gary, I've missed you all too! Reading by google is just not the same.

Kcinnova, thanks so much.