Saturday, June 17, 2006


I was just reading
Diane's blog and she was writing about things lost that bugged you. Well, I must confess, I have two that come to mind right off the bat:

1. Our most active Mastercard....yep, I've either lost it or, hopefully, misplaced it. Lord knows, I use it ALL the time! Craig is being most patient with me, but I swear I cannot find it anywhere!

2. My leather bound baseball scorecard with games dating back to the early 1970's. Now this may not seem like any big deal to you, but it holds some very precious memories, and I have no clue as to where it might be. I first recall missing it when we moved back in, there's probably no chance that I'll ever find it!

Today was the first day of the Reggae Regatta. My "new best friend" Ellene and I are sharing a tent (actually it is hers and she is gracious enough to let me put my table under it!) and showing our "wares". Here are a few of what I have to offer:

The first scarf is Habotai and the second two are Charmeuse, which has now become my silk of choice. MMMMMM, I just adore it!

As yet, I have had no sales, but the other vendors have had little or none either. I think the sailors and their crews are here to sail and celebrate, not buy!!! Ellene and I have had a very nice time visiting with eachother, and of course the scenery couldn't be better:

I am off to watch a segment of the "Dog Whisperer" and then toddle off to bed. Kristin and Dave are joining us at church tomorrow morning, going to lunch with us, and then I am back off to the Regatta. Tomorrow night we are going to the Red Sox game at Turner Field (the Braves have quit for the season, so I have no idea what team will be on the field vs. the Sox) with our priest (Episcopal, that is) and his wife.

Happy Father's Day a few hours early!

1 comment:

Gerrie said...

I think those scarves are wonderful. Can't believe you didn't sell any. Charmeuse is my silk of choice, too. And yes, I am ecstatic over our ne presiding bishop. She has big Oregon roots.