FOR TODAY … 30 February 2009 (just kidding)
Outside My Window… ice from repeated snow squalls this morning.
I am thinking… that my whole family has deserted me for Florida. Hubby is already there; parents and Grandma leave in the morning. Here I sit… shivering…
I am thankful for… a productive, crafty day yesterday.
From the kitchen… still eating ham leftovers. No hubby… no cooking!
I am wearing… denim shirt with leopard-print trim and beadwork, black slacks.
I am creating… attempted some crochet yesterday; will start quilting my sampler quilt tonight.
I am going… to be in bed earlier tonight than I was last night! *yawning*
I am reading… Granny Quilts by Darlene Zimmerman, and back issues of “Mary Jane’s Farm” magazine.
I am hoping… that Grandma’s doctor was right in clearing her to travel, and that the Florida sun and fresh air does her a world of good.
I am hearing… my space heater.
Around the house… work around the house? With hubby gone? There’s nothing to do LOL!
One of my favorite things… a surprise phone call or e-mail from an old friend.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… all crafty stuff, and a possible trip up to my favorite bead shop in Frankenmuth, Bead Haven.
My Picture Thought … I don’t know why the quilt doesn’t look like it’s squarely in the frame in this picture; I swear that it is! But here I will sit tonight:
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