FOR TODAY … 17 February 2009
Outside My Window… gray sky, gray grass, patchy snow, traffic
I am thinking… that I am really very cold this morning!
I am thankful for… quilting. It really has been a comforting therapy through some difficult times lately.
From the kitchen… leftovers from last night; we grilled a wee bit too much. 😮
I am wearing… black jersey cardian over a dark purple top, black slacks, and black beaded necklace
I am creating… finishing up the sampler quilt top (for above frame.) Slow going, as my carpal tunnel issues have been flaring with all this handwork on top of some computer projects.
I am going… to my quilt shop for batting.
I am reading… Jane Seymour’s Making Yourself at Home: Finding Your Creativity and Putting It All Together. Some great design tips and fun ways to spark personalization around the house…
I am hoping… that this sore throat I woke up that won’t go away is a false alarm.
I am hearing… my space heater, traffic.
Around the house… need to clean, but who has time when there is sewing to be done?!
One of my favorite things… when Pansy snuggles up tight to my chest in the middle of the night.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… spending a day with Grandma, grocery shopping
My Picture Thought … from the Water Garden at Egeskov Castle in Denmark. I was out of film and batteries for both cameras by the end of this day, so took this picture with my phone. It’s not the best resolution, but I sort of like the dreamy quality…
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