Hey! How you doing? Hope you're not having to deal with anything right now, but if you are, hoping you have support to get through it. Have you ever sat quietly and recalled the difficult times in your life, some that you never thought you could handle? But you did, and each struggle made you stronger.
I couldn't wait to post this, and while Mark is cooking sausage, bacon, peppers and onions for our scrambled egg and peppers subs, I am typing with greasy fingers.
Sally is over, done, complete, finished, concluded, ended! I seriously doubt that she was the reason for the vengeful return of the flashes, but I am keeping fingers crossed. I don't know where they are coming from now that things have calmed down. So here she is. A few changes, not many.
I bought several yards of the Dritz Flexible Boning at JoAnn's with my coupon for hanging. Sally may end up framed because of her size, but for now, I removed one thread of linen for alignment, folded over and machine sewed a hem just enough for the boning, and slid it in. I had to first press it with a medium hot iron over a heavy cloth to get the bend out since it is stored on a spool. I've melted it before but was lucky this time. If you cut it to size and leave it alone for a day or two it usually straightens itself and pressing isn't necessary.
And that's the end of Sally Fiske. Now I can finish listing the Santas for sale which will be under the new For SALE tab. I think the sale will be Sunday and I will let everyone know a day before.
That's it for now!
Say good-bye to Sally.