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Jennifer

I have a very short attention span when it comes to craft projects. It's been that way since I was a kid; I'm sure there are still bags of half-finished projects in the closet of my childhood bedroom! I think it comes from being so excited about each new idea I have and not wanting to wait to try it out. So I am constantly discovering projects I started so long ago and wanting to finish them, but not enough to put down the newest project. It's a vicious cycle!

PS: I have a jar of Crofter's in my fridge. Plain old raspberry spread. It's the best I've ever tasted, so now I'll have to wait for it to go on sale again or buy it at full price. Damn Whole Foods for hooking me!

shannon

that quilt is looking great already! :)

how exciting that you can feel akachan moving around! :)

Hanna

looks like it will be beautiful!

Ali

Feeling that squirmy baby is absolutely the best thing about pregnancy. I missed my bump dearly both times mine were born.

And I'd have chosen that jam too.

lisasfoods

I love hearing your comments on the pregnancy. It must be such an incredible feeling.

Those jams are excellent - we tried the North America and Europe ones, which were both fantastic. Just wish they weren't so expensive.

Kirsten

That quilt looks great! I was pawing through my fabrics yesterday, but with our house under remodel, I have not space, and told myself I would just have to be patient. And I am with you, I totally choose books by their covers.

Sandy

Leslie, What news about baby!! I haven't been online recently b/c I'm a new mommy (at least relatively new). Enjoy your time quilting, knitting and doing fun things now. When the babe comes, you will be mommy 24/7 with little time for yourself. Not that you'd care, you'd be marveling at the beauty of your babe.

Molton

Hello

Where do you get your cool fabrics from in Canada, or are they all from outside of the country?

Thanks
Molton

lindsey clare

Leslie, i can't believe you're 23 weeks and still wearing regular clothes. that is great. i am 13 weeks and practically bursting out of all my pants (and bras! gosh).

Mallory

I love the fabrics you are using for the quilt, in fact I love all the fabrics you have. The quilts are going to be beautiful.

I didn't realise that you were already 23 weeks along! Time flies, and it's not even my baby!

Gail

Oh Leslie, it's been so long since I've "spoken" with you, and now that you're back home, I wanted to say "Welcome back and congrats on the baby!"

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  • i'm leslie. and i lived in japan. with my japanese fella. and i was so happy about that. i am now back in canada. after four and a half years away. i am learning to love this place all over again. h-kun will join me in the fall. which i am very excited about. thanks for stopping by. and taking time to look around. and interact with me. please do not copy anything from this blog without emailing me first. thanks.

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