And stitching is all I plan on doing today. My insomnia has returned, and it seems to have no intentions of leaving … some slow stitching has got to be just about the best way of spending a day following a sleepless night.
I am going back and putting in more stitching on already quilted areas of my Kiss quilt … I’m about halfway through, then I can start back in on the unquilted areas.
I did a fair amount of quilting yesterday afternoon, while watching the Blues game. I hope to be able to finish up the extra quilting today so I can get to work on all that unquilted area.
But first I’m going to be working on my Martha Washington’s Flower Garden this morning as last night on our way home from the swim team end-of-season banquet, I suddenly developed floaters and flashes of light out of the corner of my left eye. When I searched online this morning, I see that those can be symptoms of retinal detachment. Since I’m very nearsighted, I’m not a spring chicken any more, and I have chronic blepharitis in that eye, I’m at increased risk for retinal detachment. So I’m going to be heading over to the ER … and will be taking my slow stitching along with me.
I hope that whatever you have planned for today includes a little something that brings you joy … have a great day!