The title just about sums up my life this month so far, LOL.
Bruce was involved in a minor traffic accident (no injuries) that sent our beloved Prius to the repair shop for 2-3 weeks (originally was only supposed to be a week). So, if I want transportation when he works, I must drive him to the bus/train stop where he grabs the light rail to work. And then pick him back up in the evening. So, I have only been using the car once or twice a week when I have a doctor/dentist appointment or must do the grocery shopping, meaning I am at home without transportation most of the time. This is the second week of that, and the car is supposed to be another week before it’s ready. Blimey!
So, the first week of that was fine, because it was cold and snowy and after I had cortisone shots in both knees, I didn’t want to go anywhere anyway. But this week I’m feeling great - and I am going stir crazy. MUST. GET. OUT. So, today I did the grocery shopping and then spent a couple hours visiting thrift stores. I also visited the liquor store because we have gotten into Cape Cods (vodka and cranberry juice). I was actually drinking them virgin - with Fresca instead of vodka - but we both decided they would be a bit better with a touch of alcohol. :-) And then I treated myself to some TCBY super fro-yo (frozen yogurt with probiotics).
I have been doing some stitching and am getting ready to work on another round robin block - the Victorian Women block for my friend Rengin in Turkey. In addition, I have cut out and am in the process of piecing daughter Megan’s quilt and about half done with that. I hope to finish the top today and then baste it on Sunday. Saturday is devoted to dyeing lace - close to 100 yards of it - for my Etsy shop.
And then I am participating in the Sugar Block Club (see link in sidebar) and have finally pieced our January block of the month. As you can see, I am a bit rusty with my accuracy, which I proudly attribute to my 13 years of crazy quilting, where we do as we please, LOL!
The twelve blocks will eventually be made into a quilt for ME!! (Yay!)
I am also working on a purse for myself, because my black winter purse is falling apart. This new purse, however, is BRIGHT and bears no resemblance to anything a fifty-something grandma would be expected to carry. Amen and amen!!
Hopefully my next post will have more pictures. :-)
Thanks for dropping by!