We’re supposed to get snow today … and a real snowfall – finally! And that means it’ll be a splendid day for staying home and quilting away on T#3’s quilt. Some forecasters are predicting as much as 10 inches … even I will admit that’s a little excessive.
While I am looking forward to the snow, I’m praying that it will stay on the lower side … T#1 is having some of his friends over tonight for his birthday (tomorrow). The plan is for them to head over to Edison’s tomorrow morning for some bowling and laser tag, while I watch the other 3 Ts. I’m praying that the timing and snowfall amount won’t interfere with his plans.
Because I’ll be spending my Monday with the younger 3 Ts, I had to take a rain check on a sewing day with some of my friends from my guild … tomorrow is a holiday, so those who work are off, which means a perfect opportunity for a sewing get-together. But with a significant snow coming, I probably wouldn’t have been able to go anyway … they’re getting together in a small town about an hour north of here … I can’t be sure that the secondary roads would be cleared adequately tomorrow morning.
We got a little bit of snow yesterday … no real accumulation, but the snow was so pretty when it was falling. I’d have to say that in spite of the lack of any accumulation, this was the first real snowfall we have had this winter.Yes, I admit, I’m a
I got in a couple of hours of stitching yesterday … I now have almost 22 blocks quilted, which means I’m a third of the way done.I got 2 more blocks quilted after I took this picture when moving my hoop. I’m hoping to get several blocks quilted today. Regardless of how many I get quilted, I certainly intend to enjoy the process (and seeing a little snow falling while I quilt would be an added bonus).
I hope that whatever you have planned for today includes a little something that brings you joy! Have a great day!