Ugh, I think I may be getting moldy. (In both mind and body. Now there's an ishy thought.) We've been in another stretch of very damp, humid weather and nothing of what's left in the garden seems to ever dry out. The slugs are happy as . . . well, as happy as slugs can be, and it's a race to see if I can harvest what's left to harvest before everything shows signs of slug nibbling.
Besides the downside of the clingy, wet weather, I think I'm probably suffering from end-of-a-busy season tiredness. Not sleeping well at night which doesn't help at all. Grump, grump, grump.
Autumn is my favorite season and usually invigorates me in the same way spring does for many people. I might have to buy a bottle of Geritol (do they even make that stuff any more?) to get me revved up again.
The wet weather has given me some time inside, and I've actually been doing a little quilting (more on that next post) and sorting in my quilt room. Which brings me to the giveaway part of this post.
I have three soft-covered (8-1/2" x 11") quilting books I'm offering to anyone who may be interested.
They are 9 Patch Reunion, Quilts from Squier Lane and Miss Rosie's Autumn Quilts. All are listed on Amazon if you would like more information on them.
They go as a trio, all three books to the one name drawn. Anyone interested? (Because of economic reasons, entries are limited to the contiguous United States.) If you'd like your name thrown in the hat, let me know in the comments section of this post. Entries will be closed at 9 p.m. on Tuesday night, September 19th, and I'll draw a name and post the winner on Wednesday, the 20th. It's time to start thinking of new projects to do this winter when the snow is falling, the wind is blowing and we've all got more time for some new projects.
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