Stashbusting on Life Support 4 a.m. Everyone else in the cabin is sleeping. Sunday’s stash report is causing nightmares that are interrupring my sleep! 😉 Share This!ShareFacebookEmailTwitter Related
LOL, so long as you’re just buying Dimples i think we can forgive anything!
Helen in Switzerland says
You do realize that if in a moment of weakness you completely blow it and buy a zillion yards of fabric, the rest of us will all feel soooo much better!
Karen Langseth says
I would love to have nightmares based on stash busting…..my nightmares revolve around menopause!!!
eve in ga says
ROFLOL!!! Judy, you are sooo cute! Quit having nightmares, get some rest, and have LOADS of fun in Paducah!! Eve
Oooooohhh!! Sounds ominous. I’ll be waiting to read that next stash report. LOL
Shelly Pagliai says
Hahaha! I can’t wait to see what you’ve done! It’ll make me feel better about myself. I was told that going to Paducah and NOT buying fabric might make the world grind to a halt, and since I don’t want to be responsible for ending the world, I’m buyin’! I’m glad you did, too. Now the end of the world won’t be your fault, either!
Denise ~ justquiltin says
That means you’ve been SHOPPING!!! 🙂 Good for you. It would be just plain wrong to to go Paducah and not buy fabric – I think there’s some law about that.
Going to Paducah and not buying fabric, would be like going to a wedding in the grungy clothes you wear to clean your garage. It’s just not done!!! Thank you for doing your part to keep the economy going.
I am looking forward to seeing pictures of your new fabrics. The postal service dropped off a package of yarn for me this week – enough for five pairs of socks! I think we will have to do yarn busting next year. LOL
Darlene S says
I’m back from Paducah and unpacking all my “great purchases” . Am waiting until we see YOUR stashbusting report before admitting to mine. It was so great to see you and your bright smile signing away on your books. Dar