Not that I can attribute one of the stories to you, Pam, but ... a random fact you may not know about me ... I needed darts at about age 11. Isn't that funny? :)And I sew with pins in my mouth all the time - the only time I *don't* do it is when I'm at a friend's house - I don't want to muck up her pins, lol!
My daughters 8 and we're about to get real familiar with darts, if you know what I mean. Mortifying for her too. I think that teacher is deplorable. But you know, I bet the little boy had no idea what she was alluding to. Oh, the girls did though. How mean!
Hello Blogging Friend...Isn't it nice to have cooler weather now that 'Fall' is here. The changing season isn't the only thing happening in Blogland. Here on CollectInTexas Gal, I've done a bit of a 'MakeOver' and added a BlogShop. I'd like to take this opportunity to invite you over for a 'LookSee'. Just click on the signature link below...hope to see you there.Sue CollectInTexas BlogShop
Thanks for the tip! Heading over!
Aren't teachers cruel sometimes Pam, bet your outfit was lovely although I have no idea what a muumuu actually is!
A friend of my mother sewed through her thumb with the sewing machine. I sewed a new winter coat and while passing through the `security gate in an European country, all bells rang. 2 police persons jumped me, and i was checked thoroughly. It seems 1 pin got stuck in my hem. Last not least i once sewed the sleeves together instead of sewing them to both sides of the back . mirjam
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