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Carol H Tucker

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Today is the 5th day of the 42nd week  the 21st day of the 10th month, the 294th day of 2021 [with only 64 shopping days until Christmas, which isn’t funny at all], and: 
  • Back to the Future Day
  • Celebration of the Mind Day
  • Apple Day ((the fruit not the company}}
  • Babbling Day
  • Check Your Meds Day
  • Conflict Resolution Day
  • Count Your Buttons Day
  • Garbanzo Bean Day
  • Get to Know Your Customers Day
  • Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders Prevention Day
  • International Credit Union Day
  • International Day of the Nacho
  • International ShakeOut Day
  • Latina Women’s Equal Pay Day
  • National Ge Smart About Credit Day
  • National Pets for Vets Day
  • National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day
  • National Witch Hazel Day
  • Reptile Awareness Day
  • Spirit Day
  • Thank Your Cleaner Day
  • Wear Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Day
I don’t sew as much as I did at one point in my life.  For one thing, I spend most of my free time online these days and seldom watch TV.  You see, much of the sewing, knitting, embroidering, etc that I did was while sitting in front of the TV, especially since I didn’t have control over the remote.  For another thing, my sewing machine broke and I’ve never replaced it.  And lastly, my hands cramp these days if I try and hold the needle too long.
Be that as it may, I still have my sewing box.  And, like anyone who has sewn clothing, in that sewing box is a button box.  A rather LARGE button box.  Full of buttons that I bought because I liked them and would use them someday.  Buttons that I bought from a fabric store because they were unusual.  Buttons that I bought at a flea market.  Buttons that I cut off of garments before trashing them.  Buttons that come with clothing as spares.  Buttons from my grandmothers’ and my mother’s sewing boxes.    Big buttons, old buttons, glittery buttons, leather buttons -- some even have wisps of threads hanging from them….
Nope, never counted them
Permalink | Thursday, October 21, 2021