You won’t want to miss the great sites participating in this fun blog Hop.
Let’s Twist To The 60’s is a blog hop that features a theme of the 1960’s. We have to use at least 1 batik in our project with a 60’s theme. I am very excited to see what each of the different blogs are doing.
Today I was preparing to be away from my home tomorrow, and was installing EQ 7 on my laptop. It would be my 2nd pc install for the software.
I kept getting an error on my laptop and after trying to install and activate it 3 times, I finally gave up. Thinking what could possibly be the problem…
So I deactivated my EQ 7 install on my main desktop thinking, perhaps that is the problem. So then I tried to reinstall it on my laptop again and still got the same problem…
I don’t know to many people who don’t like the holiday known as Halloween. To my knowledge, not many countries celebrate Halloween except for the USA. I’ve always viewed Halloween as part of a fun day that finally lets people be who they really are. While American’s may dress up in silly costumes and decorate there homes like a store decorates for Christmas, it’s the only day I know of where people just let lose and be free.
I’m super excited to be part of the Wicked 3 Blog Hop over at Sew We Quilt. While I haven’t yet come up with what I’ll be doing for this Blog Hop I know that it will be fun, and fantastic to just be part of it. Of course, it will be something quilted, and will probably include a few monsters. Be sure to come and visit all the great sites that will be participating. Once I know my day, I will post it on my blog.
See ya there,
But for September 11, 2001, it was a day, we truly will never forget. I don’t believe in the 12 years since that fateful day in New York City, that anyone doesn’t remember where they were, what they were doing, or how they were affected.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the families, friends, and special loved ones that we lost that day. While I didn’t lose anyone personally, just the fact that I was at the top of the Word Trade Centers even once in my lifetime brings it home. Never again will I visit there and be able to go to the top of the Towers. Even if you lost noone that day, we all still have that feeling of loss within us for the horror that struck that day.
I’m very excited to be part of the Twist To The 60s Blog Hop over at Sew We Quilt. I’ve got my pattern drawn in EQ 7 and am starting to stitch it out today. My day for the BlogHop is September 30, 2013, so be sure to stop back then. I can’t wait to see you and hear what you think.
See ya there,
I really love doing the Club EQ quilts each month. They are always fun and while they can be challenging, the whole idea is to learn something new or try something you haven’t done before.
Each month, I try to treat the challenge as a lesson for me to learn something new. It expands my knowledge and helps me to become better at using the software.
The August challenge is Patriotic Quilts. The idea of this quilt is based on a charity called Quilts of Valor Foundation which is based in the United States and gives quilts to there military men and women who are returning home from war. The quilt can be no larger than 60 x 80 and patriotic colors of red, white and blue are used throughout the quilt.
It’s funny how life can be so complicated at times, but the end result is that sometimes, little things can make one so happy. I’m sure you’ve guessed by now, my Designer 1 foot has arrived and I couldn’t be happier.
It arrived in it’s new home yesterday, very quietly and I could just hear it shouting, YAY, I have a new home.. I can’t wait to be used. USE ME, USE ME… hehe, so I used it 🙂
We are very happy.