Let's be real here, peeps, I love comments. Well really more like compliments. My sewing blog theory is if it's ugly or you don't like it you laugh or snark about it, but never TO that person. That would just be mean, and the interwebs are full of enough batshit crazies anyways.
On that note, I joined Pattern Review. Maybe like ten years after everyone else? I originally wanted to enter my awesome blue Mad Men dress in the vintage pattern contest, but after I joined I sadly discovered you have to be a member for 3 months to enter the contests. So in July I can enter contests.
Most importantly, it is just another way to get more comments! Hee hee. It's...a...sick...obsession...
In case anyone can't tell, Robin is my mom. My most favorite comment-leaver, and sometimes my only one! LOL.
*************************60s fabric winner: TRUDY! Trudy always leave nice comments here and on many other sewer's blogs, which is very nice of her. ***************************
Is anyone else unhealthily obsessed with blog comments?
PS- What is with the freaking Chinese spam comments? ugh. I can google translate it to English just as easily as they could, if it was a real person and not a spam bot. I refuse to moderate comments- that takes away the fun!!
And today the dr.s office sucked out three vials of my blood, I bought a watermelon from the back of a truck and I "cooked" us dinner consisting of crescents (the croissants from the tube) and raw veggies with dip. And margaritas.
Here's your picture of the day: (since I hate pictureless posts)
Our one nice, big tomato has been mauled by those evil corbeaux- giant black crows. I'm watching them, they are on notice! One time, at the Tower of London, there was a tiny 2 year old hand-feeding a raven that was as big as the baby. The parents were just laughing and taking pictures. It was terrible, you were just waiting for it to peck the baby in the face. But it didn't. That's when I learned how to say crow in French, because I was studying abroad in Paris.