Hello everybody! How are you? Things have been pretty subdued around here.
I have been going to Mom’s new job with her. I sit under her work table all day long! Boy, it’s nosy! She is working at an embroidery machine. She puts people’s names on their aprons, bible cases, totes, and baby bibs. Caleb, who has gone with her since the beginning, sits in the bag with me. We play on her ipad and phone and talk. It’s kind of crowded, but Mom needs the moral support! It’s kind of exciting too—it’s inside a factory! There are conveyer belts and everything.
This is what Mom’s embroidery machine looks like. She found a good picture of it on a Dutch website off all places. They were made in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They were made by a company called Barudan. Mom was looking for a history of Meistergram, but we’re not having much luck. There is a 135 article wiki on embroidery machines, which is really weird in it’s own right.
Thank you for listening to my talking. This is a really new experience for both me and Mom. She is worried about a lot of things, and I’m doing my best to help her. Researching things on the internet always helps!
Since an entry isn’t complete without a picture, here you have a new picture of Oliver!
I hope you all are having a great day! Talk to you later.