Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Thoughts

"He who cannot change the very fabric of his thought
 will never be able to change reality."
– Anwar al-Sadat

Second cuppa interesting thought don't you agree? Hmmmm I'm all over it! (as usual)
I woke up this morning with this mad craving for Rissoto with asparagus. Maybe some cream of asparagus soup? How about asparagus with Isralie couscous!!! I wonder if your body calls out for veggies like it does RED MEAT? Its true! I always know when I need a iron boost. Don't you? Hey! speaking of irons.......... I always get a tickle to read in a quilter blog the perils of finding the right iron. Boring yet important information to we quilters eh? Well, I get to talk about it now!!! I promise not to bore you though. I just think THIS warrants chat. Heres the back story: Ten years ago I bought a Rowenta pro. Last year it died. I replaced with inexpensive Sunbeam. Its just OKAY. I couldnt afford to replace my Rowenta yet.
Heres the front story: Walt had fun on QVC, was feeling romantic generous, and bought for me this AMAZING ( read Sarah word) New Rowenta PINK POINTY PRO! I think its officially called a steaminator or something? Boasting 1800 watts of mind blowing steam...lol ( hand blowing!!) I'm seriously loving this iron! Mind you only binding has happened so far, so I would like to reserve my further reviews for when I attack a back or something K? Gettinginto miters, all collars and corners and inbetween buttons is going veryyyy nicelyyyyyyy!
Meanwhile, I better hush now as not to bore you as promised:) I am in hopes that THIS Rowenta will go 10 years too!
Ok, I'm up.. I'm going... I'm gone!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

No matter how expensive the iron they all break when they fall off the ironing board. I just buy the cheap ones because I'm such a clutz.
Suzanne

Mama Pea said...

I bet you'll love that iron!

lindasteller said...

That particular model is made in Germany, so chances are it will be a wonderful iron for many, many years. My Rowenta Pro is seven years old, and so far, it's a gem.

Anonymous said...

I actually had the pleasure of using moms new iron on yes..one of her quilt backings(dont ask how I got involved in that one)....but yes, THE IRON IS AMAZING!
K

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