we all have just 24 hours in a day.
Fun for me? I pop on and off the computer to debate a few times a day.
I'm a real party animal.
*Praying for my best friend, my Dad*
D'oh. Already did.
I enjoy reading, sewing (both quilting and clothing construction, but my clothing skills pale in comparison to sewchris who I believe is a couture-level seamstress), counted cross stitch, surfing teh interwebz, watching TV, working out and playing with my cats.
I haven't got the slightest idea how much time per day I spend on these activities. I've never stopped to count before and don't really care enough to do so now. I do know I have a lot more time for it now than I did when John was little.
"If you can't annoy somebody with what you write, I think there's little point in writing."-- Kingsley Amis, British novelist, 1971 t .
Hey, OT, but I don't know if you remember last year I was looking for a sewing machine for dd? The one I got her initially we returned and never replaced. I ended up getting a Pfaff from a dealer - do you know anything about them? We haven't used it yet but what I really liked about getting this one vs getting something from Sears/etc. is that the dealer will show dd and me both how to use it for free rather than trying to figure it out from a manual. Plus, if something happens to it and we have a question or need help, we can bring it in or call them and they will help for free (to a degree obviously). They also offer children's sewing classes for a reasonable price.
Anyway, just curious if you know anything about the Pfaff brand. I figured you might since it's German! :)
I work. I don't spend as much time at it as I did before grandkids. They are taking up more and more of my time.
The truth may be out there but lies are in your head. Terry Pratchett
Everyone I know who owns a Pfaff (including my boss at the bridal shop) loves theirs. And, if/when needed, they will get another Pfaff. Me, I'm a died in the wool Kenmore owner. But what counts is that your dd loves and uses the machine.