Wednesday, March 11, 2009

It's Wednesday - in a non-event week!!

I am so glad this week is just sliding along on an even keel - with not too much going on and the usual day to day stuff I can handle. After work we ran out to Trader Joe's and all I can say is what a super place this is!! We picked up some super quick lunch things, some snacks AND dinner!! They are now carrying some great frozen-just-heat-up garlic naan that is so good!!! Just pop those suckers in the oven and less than 2 mins later you have some fresh hot naan!! We also picked up some garlicky glazed chicken - which was basically heat and eat - I just love those instant meals!! I was not in the mood to cook!!

The flickers last night were a TCM line up of "bridge" movies - all WWII and all I had seen in the past - starting off with "The Bridge at Remagen" - 1969, followed by "A Bridge too Far" - 1977 and rounding out my evening with that classic bridge flick "The Bridge on the River Kwai" - 1957. I really enjoyed these and if you like those WWII flicks you will love these also!!

Now for the Quilty snaps for the day -

Still stitching on exchange stuff so no snaps yet.

Thanks for stopping by,
Take care,


  1. Thanks for sharing the gorgeous quilt pics Edgar. What I would give for a hand-made quilt!!

  2. Thanks so much for the beautiful quilt pictures.

  3. uThose quilts are beautiful. I was unable to make it but with all of your great pictures feels as if I was there :)


  4. All of your quilt show pics have been beautiful. That last one with the red is out of this world!

  5. It's 3 hours from my house to the nearest Trader Joe's but I make hubby bundle up and make a day trip out it 2 or 3 times a year. And it's time! They have the best greek olives and a wonderful Kona coffee blend. I'll have to look for the naan, that might be a nice thing for quick meals. We were out at docs on 'bridge' day so taped them all. I love Kwai, never miss it.


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