Running Through My Mind

These are the thoughts I’ve had in the past 45 minutes:

  • I wonder what I should wear to my Schoolhouse presentation at Quilt Market on Friday?  Do grey slacks say “office worker” or “chic and authoritative”?
  • I wish someone had told me yogurt was fattening in large doses.
  • My Heather Ross Studio Sale shipment still hasn’t arrived.  It’s gonna be great, but still: le sigh.
  • Why, why, WHY is it 75 degrees in late October??
  • There is NO WAY I can fit all my ordering for the shop plus two demos plus a Schoolhouse presentation plus two book signings in to three days at Market.  NO WAY.
  • Where did all this laundry come from?  Seriously.
  • These are the perfect shoes.  Too bad they don’t go with anything I own.
  • No, no, no, no!  Nap time is NOT over, baby!  No!
  • Must. find. camera. charger.
  • If I’d known I had to make four costumes every Halloween, I’m not entirely sure I would have had four children.
  • Wood?  How is that an anniversary gift?  Oh, wait.  My husband surprised me with a trip to the WOODfire Grill last Friday.  Very cute.
  • My suitcase is in the closet.  Baby sleeps in the closet.  Ergo, I cannot pack my suitcase.  What time is the plane?

More news when I get back from the fabric industry’s greatest shopping trip!  Happy Quilt Market, y’all!

5 Comments on “Running Through My Mind

    • Yep, that’s where ours is! We have four kids in a three bedroom house, and the oldest is eleven years older than the second, so we’ve just plain run out of places for them to sleep. Baby is now in the walk-in, and looks like she will be until we can move. Which might be until she’s in college.

  1. Very funny post…but the baby sleeping in the closet definitely made me do a double take! Lol – I Knew what you meant – hahhahahahhahaha

    Have fun at Quilt Market!

  2. Deborah,
    I LOVE your store and am thrilled to be discovering your blog. Thank you so much for bringing your great taste and vision for sewing community to the Westside! I’ve recently posted a few tutorials using your beautiful fabric (a patchwork pillow and baby receiving blanket). Looking forward to learning from your ideas–and, I hope, attending one of your workshops one of these days:)!