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Monday, April 2, 2012

I made it! . . . . .

I made it through 6 weeks of loading the van, traveling, dying wool in-between, cutting kits, ordering supplies and meeting some of the nicest people I know.

From Lancaster (South Carolina) to Charleston to Charlotte to Winston-Salem to Sumter and finally Hilton Head this past weekend.

Thanks to all of my customers and friends for supporting me.  And a BIG thank you to Dear Hubby and my kids for keeping the "home fires burning" while I was on the road.

So what do I do now?

I drink a cup of joe while I wait for the electrician.

Yes, the Wool Barn remodeling is back in full swing!  The electrician is coming any minute now to add the rest of the outlets, put up "real" lighting, and most importantly, add an outlet for the window a/c.  Been a little toasty in there in the afternoons.

As soon as the electrician is finished, Dear Hubby can start on insulation and drywall.  Good thing he is on spring break this week!

Blessings, Cathi


Karen said...

Are you going to have a bed in your new quilting house? Sounds like you will have just about everything else. LOL!

Darlene said...

Looking forward to seeing the progress on your delightful quilting house. Can't wait.

Angie Berry said...

YAY! Congratulations to you! I've enjoyed following you around these past few weeks, wish I could have actually been there.

Sounds like your almost there! This is like perfect timing with hubby being on break and the electrician coming. You'll be playing in there in no time. Enjoy the week, get some much deserved rest~ =]

Lynn said...

How exciting, I'm looking forward to seeing your quilting cottage all done!

Carrie P. said...

I am sure it will be fun to get into the wool barn after so much traveling.

Libby said...

Have fun! Hopefully you will just get to be the boss cocky and watch all the work going on around you while you rest up from the past 6 weeks *s*

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Well now Cathi you can sit back for awhile and relax! Enjoy this Easter week and your family.
It's always easier when our 'family' is behind us on our endeavors.