Bigger is not always better though when you have to pay $200 for a pair of jeans.
Betty Wells called me a few days ago and said they had been asked to make some 68x28 jeans for a man who has been having to pay $200 each for his jeans. She and Kay Cloninger were able to help this fellow by making a pattern from a pair of his old jeans. I think they said he will only have to pay ACG $30 for each pair.
What a neat thing to do - ACG and these ladies. They know what they're doing with those machines in the background. I got a chance to go there last August, and it was quite intimidating. They may work hard, but it sounds like they have a lot of fun too. I believe Mike spends a lot of time there around lunch time when the smells from their kitchen reach him.
So... Nothing going on much in Montgomery. I'm packing up to go on my little trip with Debby tomorrow that didn't happen last week because I'm kind of crazy with dates. We hoped for warmer weather but that won't keep us from talking and visiting and reading and eating seafood in Ft. Walton. In fact, if Debby will drive, I'll be able to do needlework all the way there and back. I'm ready to leave now!
I'll be depressed later today after I hear the estimate on repairing/replacing that big saggy gate of mine that looks bad and lets dogs escape.
Someone send me happy news.