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A WHOLE Month?

Posted by Sally Red on November 5, 2013 at 12:15 AM

Hardly seems possible that it has been a month since I last posted, but life has been happening around here.  Highlights include 13 inches of rain and more happening, another birthday and Pumpkin Patch at the Church, and getting ready for the annual Harvest Dinner, planning classes requested after the Fall Flourish trunk show, and........well, you get the idea!

Have started the plant trek to the greenhouse and it is going to be another Advil night.  Still have the lime and lemon trees and the bouganvillas to go and then cuttings from the angel's trumpets.  I just cannot cut them back yet.  They are just beautiful and even now their fragrance is wafting through the window as I type.Look how huge they are!

Mary and Hazel took me on a little birthday trip again this year, and I have to tell you that I am SO blessed by their friendship.  Don't you just love being around people that make you giggle and glow?  They made turning 58 way fun.

Would you believe that I am almost done with my Christmas and December birthday lists?!!!  now for those last few...

Several of us are having a garage sale this wknd and we had to laugh because we bought a lot of each other's stuff while setting it up!!!

One of the classes we are offering at SewWhat! is a snap bag.  These are so cute and fun to make and I actually USE mine.  lol  google it and just look at all the variations you could make!  We will also be making a crazypatch table runner, casserole carrier, and well, I can't remember what else, but it is always a lot of fun with those ladies.

Whew!  more  Gunner is snoring and I am turning into a pumpkin.

Happy Stitches, All!   s

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Reply Donna
8:35 PM on November 5, 2013 
Share what you mean by "cuttings from your Angels Trumpets"? Do you take cuttings and root them? If so, would you tell us how? Thanks. Donna
Reply Sally Red
9:45 PM on November 5, 2013 
I cut them back about 2-4 inches above the ground and mulch over the top for the winter. The cuttings i take and place in clear plastic jugs of water or a pail and let them root out so that they can be planted after frost.