Sunday, May 31, 2009

Road Trip!

Thursday night my DH took me to one of my favorite pizza places for my birthday. On the way home we decided to look for a wireless router since our router is just about dead and a small TV for DH's office. We knew exactly what model TV we were looking for -- it has both a count down timer and an alarm clock -- we just hadn't gotten around to purchasing it yet. What we didn't realize was that all of the local Wal-Marts had redone their electronics sections and no longer carried the TV in question.

Seven Wal-Marts later DH gets on line to see if he can find it. He's not positive, but there may be one in Omaha, NE, Indianola, IA or Miami, OK. Even though Miami, OK is closer by 40 miles, I'm rooting for Omaha or Indianola, IA.

Friday morning I call my friend S and tell her I'm going on a road trip. I don't know where to, and knowing that will determine if we leave after work/dinner or in the morning. She's game.

Mid-morning I get the word that we are going to Oklahoma. But since it's only a 3 hour drive if we leave after dinner we'll have all day to shop hop home. So that was the decision. I picked up S for Friday night dinner with the girls. We ate and then headed south. We checked into the hotel, then picked up the TV before crashing for the night.

Saturday morning we got up and made our way back to Kansas City leisurely, stopping in quilt shops in Joplin, Carthage and Nevada. There were 4 more more or less on the way home that were participating in an 'official' shop hop, but by the time we got to Nevada we were wore out and more importantly out of money.

I fell in love with a quilt hanging in a shop. Normally I'm not big on having the identical fabrics someone else has in a quilt, but I couldn't identify what exactly it was about the quilt which made me like it. I'll be making 'The Night Before Christmas' which is the pattern in the bottom right corner of the book pic using the blue and white fabrics in the fabric pic.

We had a good time, but this trip did nothing to help me reduce my stash.

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