Well, that was an unexpected break. Time passes so quickly! No good excuses, I'm afraid. But I do have some quilty stuff to share.
Lots of cutting equals pieces and parts piled next to the needle. Great way to spend a Saturday, don't you think? Me, I do some cutting, then some sewing. It breaks up the tedious part.
Here are the first batch of pieced rows for a birthday gift quilt. I'm not sure about that second one from the bottom, or the one at the top. Hmm. After I finished all these rows I cut some more, and then went to an eye appointment. Do you find the eye tests nerve-wracking like I do? Though my vision hasn't changed much, it is still a bit of a puzzle to go through.
My optometrist is very near-sighted, like me, and told me that allows us to have a "superpower" as we age: We can see tiny details by taking off our glasses. Most folks our age have to put ON glasses to read and even then can't really see the kind of detail we do. Not that I felt smug or anything, learning I had a superpower :)
Last night we got to babysit grandson Cove while his mom and dad had a much-deserved date night out. Papa and Cove spent some bonding time together.
Chillin with Papa. He liked going in the backyard and watching the trees and bushes in the wind. Not to mention Scully the Boston Terrier tearing around the yard at top speed.
This morning as I was sitting at the dining room table having my tea, I kept hearing the refrigerator running. Later I pulled off the vented cover at the bottom of the fridge and removed this: