As some of you know I work for a Sewing Gallery selling sewing machines.  For the most part I like my job because I have time to be creative, meet new and interesting people, and I am the computer person because the boss doesn’t like to put the monthly calendar on the website.  It’s not a bad job to have really.  There is some drama now and then, but it’s not a bad job to have for eight to twelve hours a week.

That is until today.  Yes, I worked some of Black Friday today and I am NOT amused!  People can be crazy when they think they are going to get something for nothing.  However, I was lucky because those I served in our little gallery were extremely pleasant and truly excited about the prices we had for them.  They really were great prices.  However, it was so busy today!  I didn’t have any time to run an embroidery machine except for two demos!  It was brutal; I had to actually work hard the whole time I was there.

With this in mind, the husband’s comment “Saturday is supposed to be a great day, we should visit a State Park” comes to the front of my brain.  I thought I wanted to do nothing but sit around the house and stitch, maybe play on the computer; but now as I think about it, as I actually ponder the thought…

***dream sequence begins***

I’m sitting in one of our comfy camp chairs stitching on my quickie cross stitch project while Scott plays around with his new video camera discussing how he wants to add videos on to the website….

Wait!  Scratch that, let me try again….

I’m sitting in one of our comfy camp chairs stitching on my quickie cross stitch project while Scott plays around on his guitar practicing the wonderful bits of music he learned at the O’Flaherty Music Retreat.  He says, “Now I can video me playing music on the new video….”

He DID say video camera…. You all are so in for it when he figures out how to use it!

Ren