My friend Hilda was telling me she was quickly sewing up some nighties for her granddaughters.
I thought. .oh I remember how I loved the nighties and pajamas my mom sewed for me.
I wore each nightie until it was thread bare and then another one would miraculously be ready.
So little thought ever went into wondering where she found the time.
I suddenly felt inspired to sew some nighties and pajamas out of nice quality flannelette.
On the weekend I ran to the fabric store and when I had a bit of time while making supper I cut out the lil' farm hands pajamas.
I am here to tell you that these are not upside down.
When he looks down at his jammies. .
those tractors are looking right back at him.
ha ha ha!!!
Oh well. .we'll see what he says.
The important thing today is that I am keeping it real around here.
We'll see how these nighties work in real life. I have a feeling that Kanneloni Macaroni's nightie will need a big tuck in the skirt so she won't trip when she walks.
These first sets are practice. . that is what I kept telling myself.
I've not worn a flannelette nightie for years. .
but I came mighty close to wishing for one.
When things get crazy for you as you prepare the next few weeks. .
try to remember. .
it's all about how you look at things.
all for now ..