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When I lived in my house in Georgia, my daughter had painted on the inside of the mailbox “I love gettin’ mail!” along with a smiley face. My mail carrier told me she never failed to smile when she opened my mailbox. But I do, I do love getting mail! And I got a lot of it this week!
My daughter, Becca, sent me a package from Colorado. She had been on a trip to New Mexico a couple weeks ago, and bought that purty chili ristra for me. She also sent the fabric for me to finish her quilt:
and a loaf of gluten free bread from Udi’s Bakery in Parker, Colorado:
And when I opened the box, I also found her green ink pen she hasn’t been able to find. thanks Becca!
I loved that bread so much, I ordered a case of it for myself, and it arrived only two days later! all the way from Parker to Greensboro, Alabama:
I saw this fabric online a month or so ago on Etsy in one yard lengths, and had been trying to find a seller with three yards in one piece. I was so happy to find it! It’s called Fairy Tip Toes, and it is soooo cute. It was also delivered to me this week. I have to make a baby quilt for my new FabGrandchild that is due in May. In case I haven’t mentioned it yet, my son’s wife, Sarah is having a baby! We’ll find out in two weeks whether it is a boy or a girl. I am so hoping it is a girl so I can use this fabric. But, it it’s not, I’ll just make something for FabGrandaughter, Sarah, with it.
And. the last thing I got in the mail was a new copy of “The Essential Gluten Free Grocery Guide”.I love this book! I can find out really quick if something I want to buy is on “the list” or not.
Ooooooo, I can hardy wait for next week to see if I get anything good in the mail!