Saturday, August 14, 2010

Hi Ho The Dairy-Ho

I, for one, am not going to speculate on what drove him to seek a mistress.  And I''m not going to campaign to have "the farmer takes a mistress" included in the song.  R-rated situation, thassfersure.

Anyway, I finished three of the four remaining blocks for The Farmer's Concubine Lady Friend  Mistress and would have finished the very last one (the cheese stands alone) except when I made the kit I cut one of the components too small.  So I'll make that block when I get home and see how soon this gal (whom Honna is now calling The Farmer's Skanky Ho, believe it or not) off my wall and out to a quilter.

So we leave Chautauqua, but our vacation doesn't end quite yet.  We're off to Kent, Ohio, to visit some very important people. 




6 comments:

Salem Stitcher said...

Oh, you make me laugh out loud...and loudly!

Pat said...

TFSH? As Jimmy Buffett would say (or sing): "If we couldn't laugh then we'd all go insane!" Polly should be the quilter's National Anthem.

altar ego said...

Y'all are too funny. The farmer may well have a harem by the time you get home!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Honna has been watching too much "Breaking Bad" :-)))
Kathy B
PS The blocks look great, whoever they are named for.

Denise in PA said...

Thanks for the chuckle - I'd never be able to look at that quilt without laughing! Have a great time in Ohio!

suz said...

I just caught up on your project. I love Honna's name for it. I'm glad to see someone step up to the plate and say "this isn't fun" and stop. I love the Jane quilts, but many years ago my bee and I did a similar quilt, so fortunately I've been there and done that. In truth, at this point in my life, I wouldn't do it-it wouldn't be fun! Your vacation sounds lovely
...just what a vacation should be.