I’ve been trying to write a post, but mostly I’ve sat here looking at the blinking cursor because I’m struggling with something to say. Some bloggers have been energized by the availability of time to post, but I readily admit I’m at the opposite end of that spectrum. Each day just drifts into the next.
I’m staying in, staying safe, doing my part to keep you safe, but damn do I miss people and life as we knew it. 🙂
I was able to get out and rake a few more leaves last week, but no photos because all that is poking through are day lily and iris green leaves. We’re getting steady rain right now with winds forecasted for this afternoon. Living in a state that is 80+% covered in trees causes everyone including me to hope the power stays on.
My seedlings are coming along. I’ve separated and transplanted most into their own cells. Watching them grow is certainly enjoyable and gives one hope.
I kept busy last week sewing in the afternoons on a wall hanging made from the scraps that I used to make cushion covers on the porch. I’m happy with it, but now I need to come up with a project for this week. One positive is I’ve sure used more from my small stash of fabric than I ever remember. (Weird light on the lower right is the grow light.)
So, what is the first appointment you are going to make when we are allowed some moving about? For me, it will be a haircut. Who knew the thought of potentially getting a haircut could be so exciting. Right behind that call will be one to a friend and hopefully we can go to lunch and have a good chat across a table instead of on the phone or texting. 🙂
Last week I mentioned that ‘stay at home’ made me think of living on Mars. This week, when I glanced at the cardboard box that a mailbox came in, my head hurt trying to figure out why a company located in CA would need to put “Made on Earth in China.” Hmm, but then again, it doesn’t take much to make my head hurt these days. 🙂 Stay safe, friends.