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The Pin Cushion

Fascinating! I don’t know I would have been as intrigued with a pincushion.

rachelmankowitz

When I was moving the laundry from the washer to the dryer the other day, I found a safety pin, open. Thankfully it hadn’t stuck me, it just fell out of the pile of wet clothes and hit the basement floor. I couldn’t figure out where the safety pin had come from, because I never use safety pins, but I was doing the combined laundry, Mom’s and mine, so I figured it must have fallen out of one of her sewing projects. She’s always tossing random pieces of fabric into the laundry bag for me to wash (I do most of the laundry; she does most of the cooking. It’s a pretty good deal). Then I saw one of Mom’s pincushions on the pile of wet clothes on top of the dryer, and I thought that was probably where the safety pin had come from, but, do pin cushions usually…

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One thought on “The Pin Cushion

  1. I don’t know. Being easily intrigued is a sign of curiosity. Not the worst trait in the world. 🙂

    Posted by somethingwagging | December 6, 2017, 3:00 PM

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