Moose on the Porch Quilt Blocks

Moose on the Porch Quilt Blocks
Jelly Roll Quilt

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Tag, I'm it.

Tag, I'm it.
My friend and fellow blogger Brenda tagged me with some questions. What are 5 addictions and 10 truthful things about yourself that you haven't blogged about.

Ok, here are my five addictions: 1. quilting 2. chocolate 3. reading 4. watching quilt shows 5. gardening

Hmmm... 10 truthful things that I haven't blogged about. 1. I agree with Brenda. I hate to be late for anything. I always try to be early for everything, even it means waiting on the other person. 2. I gave up cooking when I started quilting. 3. I love Christian gospel music. 4. I, also, tend to start way too many things at one time, like quilt projects. Some of you may remember that Pat, really fussed at me for listing my unfinished projects. Maybe I did blog about that, but it was on a different blog. Does that count? 5. I love get together with my children for Sunday dinner. We met at my daughter's and all went out for dinner this past Sunday. 6. I don't like to be in a meeting. There is an exception to that one. Quilt meetings are great! 7. I love to play Spider Solitaire. Maybe, I should have listed that above under addictions. 8. I enjoy doing water aerobics. 9. I enjoy visiting my mother and sister in TN. They live across Fort Patrick Henry Lake from each other. In the summertime, we frequently go back and forth by boat. 10. I enjoy going to Tennessee Quilts. It is a fabulous quilt store! They have 10 fat qtrs. for $10 all the time, and a huge selection of sale fabrics. They also have a large selection of batiks. O.K. Do I tag someone now?

Here are photos of Mom's house, Maggie anxiously waiting to go swimming, Maggie swimming with my sister's house in the background, and me. How many of you knew I could water ski?


Becky said...

What a woman!!! Water-skiing! Looks like so much fun. Thanks for sharing your addictions and truthful things. Love learning more about my quilting buddies.

Karin said...

I wonder if lots of quilters tend to be early. I do that too. Now I am going to check out that Tennessee place.

Pat / Silver Thimble Quilt Co. said...

I agree with you get their early...I hate to be late i think it rattles me for the rest of the day.

Look at you skiing! What a woman.

I'm not worried about you in your retirement.