I Like Thursday #21

Some weeks there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day and others seem like they are four years long!

This is a week where I am busy with teaching twice at the Guild which really makes me happy! Masks are mandatory and we have a limit of attendees to 6 so we are within Dr. Henry’s guidelines. We are also organizing a fun event which will allow our members to get out and safely see smiling eyes above their masks!

I like the respect that is afforded our PMO here in British Columbia. Dr. Bonnie Henry has provided us with calm, rational, advice and guidelines. This is her phrase that ends every briefing and press conference.

It seems so appropriate post American Election and while the Covid19 numbers are spiking in all parts of the world.

My final like in this short post is:

I’m joining several friends over on LeeAnna’s blog Not Afraid of Color for their weekly I Like lists. Do pop over to see what brings them joy in these crazy stressful days we are enduring.


Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

8 thoughts on “I Like Thursday #21

    1. Wendy it was a good one! 3 hours at the Guild then off to Nelson for groceries, a good bottle of scotch for DH and groceries. The drive home was beautiful with big fluffy snowflakes. My machine is calling now 😉

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  1. Hi Carol, lovely photos of family and you are right, they mean the world to us. I too like what our health leaders are saying across the country trying to lead us through these tough times which with balancing sinking economies, isn’t easy. Numbers rising here in Ottawa; we pretty much just go out for groceries. Take care now.

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    1. Hi Jocelyn. The numbers are alarming but if we stay in our bubbles and wear masks when we have to go out it should help. A neighbour here went to Alberta to visit her daughter and granddaughter who was sick while she was there with a cold. She came home and was hospitalized with Covid 4 days later. As of yesterday they had confirmed 9 cases that she infected. It’s so easy to pass on this horrid disease. Be safe and careful in your part of our world. 😷


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