Today is likely to be my last “easy” day before things get pretty busy around here. Tomorrow will be “moving day” … not as in moving to a new house, but as in moving everything out of two rooms (one of which is my sewing room) in anticipation of carpet being laid Thursday morning.
And since things will be pretty crazy around here for the next three days, I’m putting together projects to keep me busy. I’ve got plenty of fabric cut to work on my EPP bow ties. I’ve got a big flat of groundcover to put in, and I’ve got our cucumbers and tomato plants and our green bean seeds ready to go into the garden.
But today I’m going to quilt. I mentioned here that I had decided to add more stitching and was filling in areas that I’d already quilted. I’ve finished up those areas and am now ready to start moving on to unquilted area.
I’m not sure that you can really tell much difference between now and the last picture I shared here.
Today is big trash pick up day here … I always wonder if they’ll pick up our stuff. They always have, yet I can’t help but wonder what if this time they won’t pick it up. Crazy, I know. Welcome to my world.
Whatever kind of respiratory crud I’ve got this time doesn’t seem to have the same grip on me that the one I suffered through last month … and for that I am so thankful. Even so, I’ll be glad when this is gone.
Is it really possible for “little” ones to grow several inches in just a week’s time? (Note I use quotes for the word little, as I’m talking about my 13 y.o. grandson who is *not* little any more!) A week ago Saturday, I had a picture taken with me and my two grandsons.
(Forgive the blurry photo … it was taken with my iPhone.) This past Saturday, T#1 seemed even taller, so we stood side by side and I measured the top of my head … which came to his mouth. How is it possible that he could grown that much in a week’s time? (Unless I shrank … and we won’t go there as I’m already shorter than I’d like to be. ha!)
I hope that whatever you have planned for today includes a little something that brings you joy ... have a great day!