Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Hot Houses

No Jude, this one may wind up with a light batting also. What shall we call flings that have grown a pelt because fall has peeked around a bush at summer? Our weather has turned rainy and cooler and I will be spending a good part of the coming week by Jim's bedside in the hospital where they have all the AC one could need in Georgia. Fearful that the red overdye I gave the borders would bleed all into everything, I gave it a good thrash in the washing machine last night tossing it in with a bunch of Jimmy and Colin's socks and underwear to pink up for fun. Murphy's Law at work - no red run off at all. When we first met and felt the need to get to know one another better, Jim came with me to the local laundromat where we did our wash together in one machine. Very sexy. My brand new red chenille bathrobe left everything he owned a loving shade of pink. I plan on doing some of that Indian edge wrapping technique on the houses before I decide if there will be middle to this fiber sandwich.


Anonymous said...

Hoping nothing is seriously wrong with Jim. Hot houses look fantasic. It seems appendicitis is in the air, Justin my youngest had to have his removed last week also. Everything is fine now. Keeping you and yours in our prayers.


jude said...

why is jim in the hospital. what's up?

seasons are changing, flings need to become hugs.

Denise Aumick said...

From time to time I threaten and tease that I will perform multi-color dyeing on some of Steve's (husband person) underwear. I think the time has come and while I won't photograph the intimate altered apparel I might sneak a picture of the reaction!
Best wishes for a speedy recovery for your hubby.