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Day 25/365: Luchador Napkins! And The Day We Disposed of the Old Toilet

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1.25A

Remember this fabric I purchased the day I was dismissed from jury duty?  I made them into cocktail napkins!

1.25B

Back in November, I took a napkin sewing class at Picking Daisies and learned how to sew fabric napkins with mitered corners.  It was on a Saturday afternoon, and Sean drove out to meet me for lunch.  He came into the classroom at the back of the shop just as I was finishing the second napkin.

1.25E

“Look, Sean!”  I held up the square of fabric to show him the neatly hemmed edges and mitered corners.  “Check it out.”

1.25D

He reached for the napkin and grinned.  “How did you know?  I was just feeling like I had to sneeze.”

1.25C

We went to lunch, and you can guess who picked up the tab.

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On a separate note, today’s adventure involved driving out to Los Osos to look for the County’s community toilet recycling center, to dispose of the old toilet that Sean replaced yesterday.

Here is a photo of Old Broken Wing, posing for the blog at my request.  The broken elbow didn’t need to be set in a cast because it wasn’t a displaced bone, but he is supposed to be wearing a sling on that right arm.  Then again, he is supposed to be resting that arm, and not doing things like changing out old toilets and lugging them to recycling centers.

1.25F

Sean says, “Look at all these planters!”

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Author: FC5

Happily married and childfree by choice. Licensed clinical psychologist at a state prison for men. I work four 10-hour days in exchange for a 3-day weekend, every weekend. Outside of that, I appreciate my freedom and enjoy a life of various creative pursuits.

2 thoughts on “Day 25/365: Luchador Napkins! And The Day We Disposed of the Old Toilet

  1. I’ve been enjoying your posts daily and even got a bit of a history lesson. I was gonna comment on how it was fitting for Sean to be wearing a Waialua shirt with the toilets cuz I thought the translation of Waialua had something to do with water (wai) and toilets (lua). I did a quick google search and didn’t find anything about toilets in the meaning of our li’l town’s name! Ha!

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  2. Pingback: Day 199/365: Fusion Breakfast with Handmade Placemats | 365 Days Handmade

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