Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Sewing Machine Project Delivery #3

Louie and I left for Madison, Wisconsin about 8:00 this morning with our ‘tail dragging’ from the weight of 17 sewing machines.


We arrived safely (and with no sparks flying from the bumper dragging the highway) Winking smile about 10:30 am.


We unloaded the machines and hauled them up the steps to the storage room at The Sewing Machine Project headquarters.


Sadly, we didn’t get to see Margaret Jankowski, but I did bother her quite a few times by texting her. 

Louie and I had lunch at Red Robin, and we did some junkin’, then we headed home, and were home by 5:00. I think it’s time for a nap!


Kristie said...

Wonderful job!!!! I'm sure they were happy to see you.

Hazel said...

I don't see machines I see the love and care you and Louie bring to others .Thank God for people like you two .

Dora, the Quilter said...

Wonderful contributions! I'm sure those 17 machines will empower 17 grateful sewers [and more, if they share].
Hope you found some fun treasures on your way home. (I'd be ready for a nap too!)

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Wow! 17 machines! Woohoo! I'll think of you when we eat at Red Robin this Sunday, after church.


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