Rain please! Or at least maybe a little cooler air.....

Isn't it funny how we all have trouble getting going sometimes? It is so hot right now that I don't even want to do anything in doors, much less think about going outside! Interestingly, I just read a fellow bloggers post about how she was having trouble getting starter because it is 4 degrees below zero at her home in Tasmania! Would someone please send me a ticket to in-between land!

Actually, truth be known, I am probably having trouble getting started because my triple irish chain project hit a glitch. For some stupid reason my squares aren't lining up as I am attempting to piece the blocks. I have measured them multiple times and they all appear to be the correct size, so why the heck are the rows still 1/2" off from one another!>!!@#!$#@@$#????

I have been avoiding my studio, because I know I will have to rip something apart before I start again. I hate unsewing! I know it isn't difficult, it is just so not right.

Enough whining for now. PLEASE comment and let me know what you are doing - I can at least live vicariously!

Piece,
Michele
If this is your first time visiting my little home here in blogland, be sure to take a look at my free patterns page, by clicking on the free patterns tab at the top of this page.

Until next time,
Piece!
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Roast Beef - Easy and Delicious

I just made the most amazing Roast Beef I have had in my life! I found the recipe on the Taste of Home forums:

2 - 2 1/2 pound roasts (5 pounds of roast any kind)
1 envelope Ranch Dressing mix
1 envelope Italian Dressing mix
1 envelope Brown Gravy mix
1 cup of water

Put the roast in a crock pot, followed by the water and then all of the seasonings.....no need to stir.
Cook in crock-pot according you manufacturer directions.....basically I just cook on high until it smells good!

How easy is that? Let me know if you try it - you will never go back to your old recipe!

Piece,
Michele Hester
If this is your first time visiting my little home here in blogland, be sure to take a look at my free patterns page, by clicking on the free patterns tab at the top of this page.

Until next time,
Piece!
All graphics, images and content on this blog (unless stated) are the intellectual property and copyright of Michele Hester and www.quilting-tutorials.blogspot.com. I'd be thrilled if you'd like to use one of my photos! Please link back to this blog when doing so. Please do not post entire tutorials or any other content *such as posts* found on this blog without my written consent first. Thanks so much! ©2009-2012 All rights reserved.
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