Sunday, January 20, 2008

Support a stitcher, slug an a**

If you want to read a story about what complete wastes of air some "people" can be, check out Bliss' blog entry for January 20th where she explains her recent encounter with people unhappy with her crafting/stitching/beading efforts.

5 comments:

Kathryn said...

Thanks for the link to Bliss's blog. I left a very strong comment on it, because I do feel strongly about manners and appreciation. I have a few handmade items from my mother that are not something that I would use (a pretty bright flowery tote bag), but I do have them displayed, appreciate the effort she put into it and remember her every time I see it.

It makes me even more grateful that my nephew's wife used the bib I made for their first child and the quilt. I was also glad to see that the quilt was holding up under the tons of washing baby items need to go through.

Well, better that Bliss found out now about their ungratefulness rather than spend even more time on something that would be thrown in the bottom of the junk drawer.

Barbara said...

Jeez, just when you think you've heard every *sshole story there is, along comes a new one.

Sandy said...

That was just so terrible, I left a post for her too. I would say I can't believe people can act this way, but I can.....

Emily said...

People like that are a real bummer.

Bliss said...

Thanks folks. Your support was appreciated.