The news this morning reported we had a 3.6 earth quack about 5 a.m. here on the East Coast. I did not feel it but apparently people north of Shenandoah did.
I remember when I was about 7 years old, living in Harford Co. MD we had a pretty big earthquake. I can remember standing in the kitchen with my mom, sister and brother, when all the sudden the house started shaking and things started falling from the walls. It only lasted a second but it left us feeling terrified.
Most of the people the reporters interviewed said they thought it was a big truck going by their house. The West Coast people are probably laughing at us for making such a big deal out of a little earthquake. But we don't experience things like that.
Ok, on to some other things. Hey any facebook followers out there?? I now have the facebook widget on my blog so y'all can follow me too.....
I have been surfing other blogs to catch up on the crafty gossip and boy are you all busy bees getting geared up for fall. So many wonderful things being created. I am totally jealous.
Well, I have been doing some pumpkins, acorns, apples and scarecrows. I don't have pics of the scarecrows but will post once I get them finished.
Look at these acorns. Oh so prim. They are about 4.5" tall. I first made the nut and then the cap. The caps are hand sewn onto the nut. Can you guess what I used for the caps???? Hint, you wear them when it is very cold outside. I had some old ones with holes and new what I could do with the material. Give up?? Longjohns!!!!! How great is that!