I took a couple pictures last night for compar-
ison. Delivery was supposed to be today between 9:00 and 1:00. We had the furniture out by 8:45 and they got here at 12:45. That's a long time with no place to sit!
The sofa-bed sectional piece against the wall used to be parallel with the kitchen counter, but the back was to the kitchen so that guests never sat in it. It was made by Basset and is still in good shape. We've got it in the truck and Ian is taking it to DD Chris and family in the morning. I have loved this set and am really happy that they want it.
The furniture doesn't look drama-
tically different but the pieces work much better. We bought the sectional for another house. I like the loveseat because there's great overhead lighting there and I can knit at night. Ian was surprised that he prefers the chair to the sofa.
I was really nervous that it wouldn't fit or we wouldn't like it, but that didn't happen. The dogs don't seem to notice that anything is different, but Charlie is completely taken with it. He kept trying to scratch on it and I'd squirt him with the squirt bottle. He had gotten pretty wet by the time he gave up. I don't think he's given up - just biding his time. I have left the bottle out for now.
Since I had no place to sit, this morning seemed like the perfect time to ply off the singles that had been languishing on two spindles. This is the same fiber I took to spindle camp last May and I need to get it off and ready to go again. It's only three months now until Spindle Camp 2011!
I'm back on the wagon
4 hours ago