It’s our Canadian Thanksgiving weekend and this quilter has a lot to be thankful for. God, Family and Friends first come to mind. And of course, my new home, new neighbourhood, my job, freedom (I think of this because our federal election is coming up next week and I’m thankful that we live in a free and democratic country!!).
Well, it has been month and a half since we’ve moved into our new abode. We have been BUSY!! All the packing I did over 3 months was unpacked (most of it anyway) in 3 days chrome on mac! There are still some items that need homes but essentially we are in our new living space and it feels like home.
This blog has been my forgotten child! This is evidenced by my last post date of March. Wow. How did that happen?
We’ve had our house for sale for the last year. Anyone who has ever gone through the process of living in staged house with multiple showing requests will understand why there has been little sewing or blogging nano sim schablone downloaden.
My oldest UFO is my flower garden quilt. The block of the month top is now complete and it feels so great to cross it off my UFO list! This quilt top is not perfect by a long shot updates downloaden. I started it before I knew about a scant quarter inch and some of the blocks with a high number of teeny tiny template pieces were smaller than some of the latest blocks that I’ve finished herunterladen.
When my kids were little there was a series of irreverent kids books called Captain Underpants. I’m not kidding. Who would make that stuff up!!?? There was one title that particularly hit our collective family funny bone. Are you ready?
This is my first post for 2015 which, when I looked at my last posting date, kinda surprised me. But there is a good reason. My focus for the remainder of December and the beginning of January has been to manoeuvre around all the colds and sickness around me with the goal to staying healthy for hip surgery on January 19th instagram highlights.