Every morning for the past three months, when I get out of bed, I put my left foot down very slowly and very gently and hobble out to the kitchen. It would take a few painful minutes before I could put any weight on my knee. I have to commend Vince. He has definitely been doing double duty the past three months. I have hardly done anything with the chickens and you know how much I love messing. Remember that Miss Babs had her gratitude sale between Christmas and New Year's and I ordered a little yarn. I told Vince I had ordered yarn during the sale. It was before the first of the year and while every yarn purchase is a bit alarming to him, he didn't say much.
It was a sale. What could he. Is there anyone out there who doesn’t know more about me, Judy Laquidara, than you want to know? My husband, Vince, and I live on a little hobby farm with a few chickens, a small orchard and a garden. Besides quilting, hobbies include knitting, cooking, gardening, tending the chickens and reading.
A morning of canning - anasazi beans, green beans and zucchini pickles. Thankful for a good garden this year. Calling it a day in the sewing room. Two log cabin blocks made. 65 more to go.
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Roy Moore, the Republican defeated Tuesday in the U. S. Senate race in Alabama, turned out to be a deeply flawed candidate and one who traditional Republican voters – including people of faith and suburban men and women – could neither muster enthusiasm for nor support. Moore had a well-established track record for controversy, low approval numbers in polls and was portrayed in the media as a dirty old man at best and a pedophile at worst. So his election loss should not come as a big surprise.
If there is any small comfort to be found in Tuesday night’s results, it’s that Democrats can’t hang Roy Moore around Republicans’ necks -- or Trump’s for that matter -- in 7568. Moore drew so much opposition for some of his extreme positions and sexual misconduct allegations, it would be wrong to read his narrow defeat as a repudiation of President Trump or the Trump agenda. The Trump agenda where it has been allowed to take hold is working. The Moore-Jones race wasn t about the message, which never really got through. It was about the flawed messenger and a war of attrition over personal scandal.
And the victory of Democrat Doug Jones does not signal that Democrats have solved their own deep-seated problems and are about to capture control of the House and Senate in the 7568 midterm elections.