Wilbur would like to enjoy the charts but he has an upset tummy.
How do I know this?
Well, today when I took him to the dog park (after Hans asked me with a bit of desperation in his voice, "Are you going to take Wilbur to the dog park?") I swear that during the half hour drive, the air in the car turned blue and I nearly suffocated.
Apparently Wilbur donned his 'King of Toots' crown, and I won't even begin to describe the runny messes I've cleaned up today.
We were looking all over the internet for Bahamas Charts but for some reason we couldn't seem to find the right thing. Thanks to Linda at See Yawl Later we ended up getting them from Explorer Charts.
Not only are they charts, but they're cruising guides too, and they are packed with information!
I am a procrastinator. Period. I really can't get motivated unless I have a deadline. I wish I could change this trait, and believe me I've tried but I think it's time to come to grips with what I am and quit worrying about it.
Anyway I finally finished the purse I was making out of a piece of Sunbrella fabric (I paid $5.00 for a $30.00 piece).
This is an Amy Butler Bag and while I'm not thrilled with it, it will work. Actually if I hadn't made a bazillion other purses before this, it would have been a disaster.
Luckily I did not follow all her directions, bypassed some of the interfacing suggestions, and ended up with an okay purse.
The inside has two inserts. The one in the back is zippered. I'm not at all happy with how they are attached to the main body of the bag.
Very amateurish and kinda ugly.
I would do things differently if I were to make another one, but that's just not going to happen.
The magnetic snap on the flap and the main body.
A bit of a close up of the print.
You can see the Bahamas waaay over on the right side of the bag.
I have to wonder if fitted sheets can cause gassy problems in pit bull tummys?