Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Atlanta and a BAD case of Poison Ivy

Well, we have been in the Atlanta, Ga area for a week now, have 3 more weeks scheduled for here. When we got to our event around 9:45 this morning it was SNOWING......I am very tired of snow, but imagine a lot of you all are too. Fortunately it didn't last long and they did put the car in the store. We were supposed to be outside, but they felt sorry for us******
I sure have done very little this week, we got here on Tuesday and when I woke up on Thursday, I had a really bad case of poison Ivy/oak. I have been miserable. I finally found a Dr. on Monday morning, and she gave me a prescription for cortisone tablets as well as an ointment. I have started feeling better and most of the itching has gone. There is nothing like being in public with poison ivy on your face, people sure look at you funny.....
To all the ladies at the LQS I sure do miss ya, wish I was there......is there anything going on that I need to know about?I know you are having a hard time running the store without me, but hang on, I'll be back LOL
To all of you that are going to the Va. quilt show, be sure to stop by the booth that is called Bella's quilts....My neice works for her, also if possible I know you would enjoy going to her shop....They sure are a bunch of nice girls. Talented too....
My sister Libby will be wandering around there on Friday, probably looking lost, cause she is missing me, but maybe not, after all she will be shopping***LOL
OK, have fun, will email ya'll soon. Take care, Jewell

3 comments:

Salem Stitcher said...

I never thought I'd hear myself say this but I'm tired of the snow too. I'm ready for spring.

Sorry to hear about the poison ivy and I hope it gets better soon!

quiltteacher said...

Yes we miss you! The weather will break soon (so they say) The move is going to be. Contract signed, sealed and delivered. When you get home, you will have a new place to work.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

I didn't see your sister wandering around looking lost, she must have been busy practicing some serious retail therapy! Winter is finally losing it's grip here... hooray!