Friday, October 14, 2011

How to Keep Your Husband Out of Your Sewing Space

I finally did it.......My husband might never step foot in the studio again. If you are one of my children stop reading now!!!


Yesterday fellow BLOCKHEAD (Evonne's quilts) and I were in deep quilting concentration, when my husband came home, from work, bearing gifts......did I mention our family is in the bakery business. Unbeknownst to us, he had slipped downstairs and was standing, in the doorway, right close, to where fellow BLOCKHEAD  was sitting. We heard the words "Which one would you girls like?"  We looked up, at the same time, only to see two very long baguette's staring us in the face. He had one in each hand...... I'm sorry to say in a very questionable position..... inadvertently, of course.

One of  The alleged Baguettes (fellow BLOCKHEAD took the other one home)



The Culprit standing in the Doorway.


I didn't have my camera........ I improvised (note, I can't draw worth beans, but you get the picture)
After falling off our sewing chairs, howling hysterically, fellow BLOCKHEAD and I are now in recovery.  Shortly after, we could barely eat our dinner without repeatedly bursting into laughter again....it's hard to eat that way, not to mention the strange looks we were getting, at the restaurant. 


Soon, we should be able to resume most of our normal activities without bursting into hysterical laughter........such as eating baguettes, of course (what else could I possibly mean). Our only regret, the other  BLOCKHEADS were absent that day.


In case you're wondering......my husband told us to get our minds out of the gutter and skulked away......possibly to never darken the doors of the studio again. 


Note....permission from the culprit was granted to repeat this story.

12 comments:

  1. You made me laugh, I might have to join you in recovery!

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  2. LOL!! LOL!!LOL!!... give me a minute to clean up my coffee I just sprayed across the kitchen table :):):) oh my ... that was very funny. I really like your drawing. :):) Your drawing was good enough to get your point across. :):) Hugs

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  3. LOL! is really what I am doing right now.
    Thanks for sharing this story with us.

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  4. Too funny - that'll teach him!

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  5. That is hysterical! Poor guy never knew what hit him huh? His sense of humor must rival yours if he allowed you to post this. I love it!

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  6. I'm sure he'll tread lightly after this mortifying experience....but in all seriousness he is absolutely the best.

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  7. funny! and it show we ain't no quilting grannies either! LOL

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  8. Ha ha! Thanks for sharing, I can picture it well even without the drawing!

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  9. I too am falling off my chair. Love that you call your 'group' the blockheads , at first I thought you were referring to he!

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  10. LOL !! There's something I've noticed. Most good quilters have great sense of humour. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  11. You must have read 50 Shades of Gray! Hee! Hee!

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