I love seeing my oldest grandson via social media on his 27th birthday. He is such a wonderful man and great daddy. I’m so proud of him.
I love the sunny days we are having here in BC and seeing the golfers coming out and practising safe distancing and proper procedures while getting some exercise.
I love the taste of onions and garlic. Since DH is allergic to the point that even the smell causes a reaction, I don’t often get to eat them. Before Covid I used to be able to visit friends that fed me one or the other any chance we could get together. One of these amazing ladies sent me a care package of a dish of beet and onion salad. She has been self quarantined for 2 months and has a husband who works in health care so I felt safe indulging in this treat outdoors in the sun yesterday. It was so appreciated and yummy! Just what I needed to remind me that friends can still be together, even if it’s just in our thoughts and hearts. I didn’t get to take a picture because I had to eat it and brush my teeth and use mouthwash before my DH came in from the golf course. 😉
I really am happy that it seems that spring has arrived. I love being able to put away the winter sweaters and sweatshirts. Getting my summer clothes out of the truck was fun. I had forgotten what I owned! Unfortunately some of the clothes don’t fit right now. The Covid pounds have crept up on top of the weight I had gained after shoulder and then 2 eye surgeries. Not stressing about it. The weight will come off now that I can get out walking and doing some work out on the course.
I love starting new quilt projects, but I think I love the finishes more. my goal is to get as many UFO’s sandwiched and quilted as I can. I’m low on batting. I have a roll sitting in Kelowna ready for pick up as soon as the lockdown is lifted. Until then I’ll work with what I have and be happy that I can get anything done with what I have on hand.
This is Day 43 of self isolation.
How is your week going? Are you quilting or is gardening taking over your life.