Jan 19, 2009

Please stop me!

I am still down and out and feel like pond scum. Does that stop me from starting something new? Absolutely not. Can't sit at the machine but I can sit in the recliner and make these little suckers. I am starting to realize I may have a problem...you know what that's like don't you? Something tells me that I am not alone.

1 1/2 inch hexagons..I am making a zillion from leftover "Hanky Panky" line by Ro Gregg for Northcott, and another zillion out of batiks. Have no idea what they will become. But I sure like making them.

Meet my new best friends-

I do not like honey, but we have a guy that keeps bees at the back of our property at work - in fact - he sells his bees all around the world. He brought us some honey he had made and I remembered that he said 1 tsp. of this honey a day kills all bacteria in your mouth. So I have been sucking back on that and then putting it in this tea. I swear it has helped me ALOT. Now I just need to go back to work to get some more - just in case!

3 comments:

Uschi said...

Glad to see your using the hanky panky. It is true about honey. My grandmother always gave us honey when ever anyone started coughing, sore throat etc. They say honey and cinnamon is good for many ailments. Check the web. My sewing room is now painted. Just waiting for the cabinets. Hope your feeling better soon.Today is a snow day, so I am doing the "Fab Shop Hop" and laundry. Then .....

Karen said...

I just started making a hexagon quilt last weekend. Have you seen the blog called, The Great Hexagon Quilt-Along? Very inspiring.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

I hope you feel better soon. The honey looks interesting and green tea is supposed to be very good for you too.