It's been a busy week, getting the Christmas decorations up. I will show more of that next week during the Virtual Cookie Exchange and Christmas Blog Hop.
The only sewing that got done last week was on Wednesday when our guild's Community Service has a sewing day. It comes on the months that have a 5th Wednesday. We rent a room at a local church and sew community service projects from 9 am to 2 p.m. We also have a potluck lunch. We work on pillowcases for local children's hospital, quilting on small quilts that we donate various places, including dialysis and hospice units. We make small four patch quilts that are donated to nursery schools along with a book and stuffed animal.
This is our setup at the church. It is a large room and we put tables near the walls so we will have a place to plug in.
Friday I went up to Safeway to get some items to make turkey enchiladas for my family with the last of the leftover turkey. I did my shopping and went out to my car. I was about to back up and noticed the people in the SUV to my right were putting their groceries in the back. I waited for them to load up their car, then walk across the lot in back of me and put their cart in the rack. Then I waited till they walked back to their car and were getting in. I looked in back of me to make sure it was clear, and then started backing up slowly and making sure the people next to me weren't in the way. A car in back of me was apparently backing up at the same time and blew his horn which I didn't hear. I gently smacked his passenger mirror and broke my tail light. There were maybe a few scratches on their car.
The guy got out of his car and started yelling at me, telling me he blew his horn. Then he proceeded to interview the guy in the car next to me asking for his contact information, before he would give me his information or let me give him mine. I was really shaken up, thankful that no one was hurt. This was the first time I have been in an accident in 35 years, and I am still shaken up.
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