Oh my goodness you guys, thanks so much for laughing with me. It was so fun to read your comments on yesterday’s post.
I have to clarify a couple things.
*First, the part where I say he maybe stomped, kicked is a point of debate. He says he doesn’t remember doing that, I say he totally did (this coming from a man who will frequently have full conversations with me at night that he won’t remember—another post for another day). I mean the man was all the way out of bed and there was some shuffling going on over there in the dark with that branch…that poor poor branch.
*Second, why would I squeal rather than scream? Indeed, a very good question. No one asked but you might have wondered this. Well friends, because I can’t. Seriously, I can’t scream. PROOF: A couple months ago I was in our van parked in the driveway, about to leave for the grocery store. It was dark. I look outside and out of the corner of my eye, this MAN is STARING at me through the bottom left hand corner of the passenger window with eyes open very wide and a crazy look on his face. Complete terror overtook me and I made a noise. Not a scream, but some strange noise. It was a bit alarming that the noise I chose to express wasn’t a scream or a squeal, but a strange sound that just rose up outta my throat, that would not have let anyone near the area know the awfulness that was about to happen to me. Turns out the man was my husband and he laughed his head off. First thing out of his mouth? “What was that noise you made?!” So there you go. I can’t scream. Even in dire circumstances. If you are someone who can scream, well count yourself lucky. I have scream envy.
Seeing as how I posted about being attacked yesterday and strange men staring at me through my van window late at night, I decided now is the time to post the gun holsters I made for some birthday presents last week. I was actually gone all last week but home for a few hours on Friday, only to leave again until Monday. You didn’t even know—blogging can be sneaky like that.
Cute, eh? I simplified the amazing tutorial and pattern you can find on Sew a Straight Line HERE (which my D was the lucky recipient of—he still loves it).
Have a happy weekend, everyone. I have cool readers ;).