A quick note to share a very special gift from our reader, Teep:
Teep emailed to say that she had knit up some squares for the Afghanalong, which were drying on the blocking board (a huge yoo-hoo for blocking!) but would be ready for the postman soon. As a by-the-way, she mentioned that she lived near the real Mason-Dixon Line, and would I like her to send a picture of it? You bet I did! She went right out and took this fabulous picture and sent it to me in no time.
Gaze upon this beautiful sign. Note the curlicues. That is just so us, isn’t it? As a Southerner, do you have any idea what the symbol in the middle is? Purely decorative, rich in historical meaning, or what?
Thanks so much, Teep. We have a sign or two up here, but nothing that comes close to this.