Last month I spent a weekend with my daughter’s family. One day my grandson had a fundraiser he had to work and wanted me to go, too. I tagged along but forgot to bring a chair to sit on. We did happen to bring a cooler, so I was able to sit down somewhat comfortably. I did not have a particular tatting project to work on but I did have several shuttles I was going to empty making small butterflies and such.
Ashley, the mother of one of the other boys, came over to see what I was doing. I demonstrated a bit using two shuttles to show the flip better. As we were both going to be there a while, and she showed interest, I let her try. She picked it up fast! In a little over an hour she was able to chain and even do a couple of rings.
I was impressed with Ashley, she did such a great job! What I thought would be a long two hours went by in a flash. We both enjoyed ourselves sitting on the sidewalk outside of a Wal-mart. Best fundraiser I ever went to.
Between the wonderful time I spent with my daughter’s family and the time I spent with Ashley, it was a great weekend.
“Time is free, but it’s priceless.
You can’t own it, but you can use it.
You can’t keep it, but you can spend it.
Once you’ve lost it you can never get it back.”