Are you ‘mature’ enough to remember that comment when a person got stuck on one topic? Well, I could be referred to as ‘Judy Two Notes’ – dining out and crafting.
The snowbird ladies in the resort went to lunch on Wednesday, a couple of us went on Friday, and another group went on Saturday. Excellent food, really good service, and great views – golf course, ocean, and marsh.
Snowbirds are pretty popular down here in the winter. We bring money and keep the economy going until the tourists start arriving in April. 🙂
Sewing keeps me occupied, and I made two mug rugs and a key fob for the ladies’ luncheon, a wall hanging that is almost done except for considerable more quilting, and another wall hanging of the Portland ME Head Lighthouse that is quilted but needs a binding.
I’ve also been introduced to paper crafting through our weekly craft classes and the many talented ladies that are down here. More about paper next week.
Gardening has been somewhat limited to the indoor plants I brought or bought and my walks at Brookgreen Gardens. My gardening pulse quickened this weekend though when my Walking Iris bloomed. It always amazes me.
I miss our Master Gardener Spring Symposium in March, but I found that the South Carolina MG Spring Symposium is about four hours north and they have extended an invitation to join them at their Symposium. While we’re up in that area, I’m also hoping to make a short detour to the Botanical Garden.
Have a great week, stay warm and safe. Temperatures have dramatically dropped today, but the sun is shining, I have a winter coat, and I don’t need a snow shovel. 😎