More Dress A Girl dresses

Good morning friends. Yes, it has been over a week since my last post. Some issues have been going on here. First, I want to share with you all about another effort to send dresses to Dress A Girl Around The World. Donna at: Brynwood Needleworks has a goal to send 100 dresses in August. She has 81 dresses thus far. Mother and I sent 5, and one of ours is pictured above. That fabric with the little scottie dog is just too cute, isn't it? 'Added some red rick-rack to decorate the pocket, along with their label. (Mother nor I are employed by the organization, nor do we receive any financial benefit from participating). This is such a great way to help the needy, and helps us to feel like we make a small difference in some girls' lives.

A few days ago I went out to our carport to make a quick trip to the store, to find that my truck door was open and the inside of my truck was ransacked! How in the world could this have happened, with our carport well-lighted at night and all car doors locked/windows rolled up? It really makes us feel violated and afraid. Thank goodness no real damage was done and nothing valuable stolen. They did not get into mother's car, just mine. We filed a police report, but do not expect the criminal to be caught as this happens all too often in our city. You all please be sure to keep your vehicles locked (even in day time) and well-lighted at night. Prim blessings.


  1. The dress is darling! I think it is great that you and your mom are sharing your talents that way! Sorry about your truck, had to feel kinda creepy. I thankfully have a garage. Have a great weekend!

  2. The fabric is adorable. So sweet of you and your mom to contribute to such a worthy cause!
    So sorry about the car break in. That is awful!


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