My everyday life, which is simply By(God's)Grace
Handsome boys and lovely harmonies. Also, if your mother can't take shameless pride in you, who can?I noticed awhile back that you mentioned fabric was more expensive here. Where are you shopping for your fabric?
Ahhh, thank you, Liba, for giving me permission to take shameless pride in my boys! ;)I have been shopping at Fabricland, but unless you are a member of their "club" you can't get the better sale prices. I did join last year when I needed a lot of fabric for my home, but I didn't rejoin at the end of the year.I've also tried Wal Mart. The prices there are closer to what I'd prefer to pay, but not quite as inexpensive as Wal Mart in the US. Plus WM fabric is more cheaply made. Even with the Canadian dollar doing so well against the US dollar, Canadian prices haven't come down all that much, from my experience. Do you have any suggestions on where to find fabric? I have seen an ad in the paper for somewhere in Vancouver that is $10/yard or less.
Please don't apologize...just keep the songs coming! I love the harmony.
Glad you enjoyed them, Deborah!
The' City of Gold ' sure brought back memories! My sister and I sang that all across America when my dad was on deputation!
Susan, the 10 yd/less is Textile Clearing House:Textile Clearance House - 604-321-71885550 Fraser Street , Vancouver , BC V5W 2Z4 Two other really inexpensive places to try are Dressew and the Little India district:Dressew Supply Ltd337 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H6Telephone : 604-682-6196 Little IndiaTextile Clearing has things that come from Fabricland, etc. Dressew carries almost no patterns but tons and tons of fabrics and notions at the very bottom of prices (but they're eccentric; I don't think they take visa). Little India has silks and velvets at ridiculously low prices. Let me know if you try any of those!
Thanks for taking a minute to read my ramblings and leave a comment! I appreciate it!