I just want to thank you all for the supportive comments. It really means a lot to have such support.
It really was a whirlwind weekend. We did it though, we got her moved. I think we made three trips with the Escape from one dorm to the other. It would have really been difficult without a vehicle. It was like the weight of the world was lifted off her shoulders. I think she is going to be very happy in her new room and roommate. Just looking around at the other girl's stuff, I think they should both get along well. We hit the road at about 6:30 am and got back at 8 pm. We both were pretty pooped but, glad we were able to do it.
I left the husband in the town he's been working the last 6 weeks. He has been the project engineer on a WDOT project. It was crazy for him to come home for 18 hours. The dilemma is he is either going to have to go to the laundromat and do it or have the attendant tomorrow do it. It isn't like he hasn't done his laundry before, he's just spoiled and doesn't realize it.
When I was home for a little while, Ed called. He had been doing a good deed and was using his car to jump start a car belonging to friend of his roommate. The didn't exactly get the cables on the right way on the other car. "The cable kind of started on fire and we had to call the fire department. Everything is okay. My car works and nobody was hurt. And the other car started." I guess there are two singed spots. I don't plan on getting it fixed.
On the trip home, I pass this little shoppe in a small town that I have always wanted to stop at. It has all kinds of stuff. Antiques, newer stuff, hand made or not. I picked up a few things. I have been looking for stars to put on the shed along with the sun I picked up on my girls weekend a while ago. This one is probably 10-12 inches across.
Haven't had much time to stitch this weekend. I did do a little knitting in the car. I did make a little progress on the Grim Gourds. If I can stay awake after dinner, I hope I can do some stitching. I think I really need a quiet night.
Keep on Stitching