On Thursday a group of quilty friends get together on LeeAnna’s blog Not Afraid of Color to share gratitude posts filled with their Likes/loves. It’s always fun to visit and see what everyone is sharing.
This past week we had a couple of bright, beautiful days with warmer temperatures. Here in Canada our groundhogs decided that spring will be arriving sooner rather than later.
It’s snowing again, but I will admit to being happy to see it. Our snowpack is fairly low so anything that adds to it is so very welcome.
I’m happy to say that I did enjoy having a few days with my new toy. I even had a good chuckle over losing my first game of bobbin chicken.
I love getting a new batch of sweet, sisterly love photos. Poor Daddy is exhausted with working part time, going to school full time and trying to spend time with his little girls.
I was really happy to get a phone call this morning informing me that our friend who is in hospital with Covid-19 has had a slight improvement in his condition. I’m still working on his quilt and hope to be nearer a finish this weekend.
We have had 2 town trips this week (so far) for DH to have treatments and more tests. I’m satisfied that his doctors are working together to see if they can sort out what is going on with him. I’m hoping that we can stay home until next week now. I’m really enjoying spending time with my sewing machine.
My list this week is short since I have been trying to play catch-up with emails and reading my favourite blogs. I like seeing what everyone is doing and really enjoy the many email conversations I get to have with our on line community. It’s so wonderful to have sew many friends in all corners of the world and sharing our life experiences.
The good thing about our online community is the moral support we share. The downside is the squirrels that keep visiting with the emails and blog reading. 🐿
I’m heading over to LeeAnna’s blog Not Afraid of Color to see what our quilty friends are sharing today. Thank you for spending some of your time reading my post. 😊 Carol