We’re back home, and it’s always good to get home. Family hugs are very much appreciated, the bed is just right, the recliners are comfy, and the guide on the TV is welcome.
Who knew I’d ever be so giddy about the guide on the TV, but then I never went two months without one. I don’t know who owns Time Warner, and I don’t care. I just wish they’d be a little more viewer friendly.
The temperature has been wicked frigid. With the wind chill, it has been below zero for several days. It was 32 this morning – wahoo. There’s still snow on the ground but mostly where it piled up from the removal process.
The loads and loads of wash are done, suitcases stored, new quilt patterns reviewed, fabric has been purchased, and the sewing machine has been oiled. My pulse quickened entering the fabric store. I’d never make it living full time 70 minutes from the closest fabric store. 🙂
I picked up my quilt at the long arm quilter’s studio yesterday. Remember, the seven tea towels my sister-in-law embroidered? I put the label on, did the binding on the machine, and now await a visit to gift it to my daughter. I am very happy with how it came out and hope it is in the family for many years to come.
Gardening is limited to looking at catalogs and repotting a house plant, but I do have my bottle tree and blue bottles in the garage awaiting spring. After all, we worked hard emptying all those blue bottles of Riesling. 🙂