A Salute to the Not-Yet-Winners
A lotto, by its very nature, is a game of chance . . . but it is still quite frustrating for those whose randomly selected number just doesn’t wanna come up, even when I’m donating my chances every month and others are often donating their chances, too, in an effort to push lady luck in their general direction . . .
Shelley’s offer earlier this month to donate her chances to anyone who has been playing for a year and not yet won had me looking through the spreadsheets for this year and last to see how many quilters fell into that category. On the one hand . . . it’s a very small number. On the other hand, it seems totally unfair that neither Mary Jane nor Wilma–both of whom joined the Block Lotto a little over a year ago–have yet won a set of lotto blocks.
I found this six year old English cutie, whose name is Alfie Amos, dressed for the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I in a story about Remembrance day from last November. I offer Alfie’s salute to all our not-yet Block Lotto winners with my heart felt thanks to you for hanging in with us. I am convinced that YOUR TIME WILL COME 😉