Thursday is the day of the week that a group of friends get together via a linky party on LeeAnna’s blog Not Afraid of Color to count our blessings and share some happy things.
One of the things that made me happy has been being able to get out for walks the last few days. I hadn’t realized how badly cabling fever was setting in, until I found myself sorting my scrap boxes of 2”, 2 1/2” and 3” squares into not only colors; but into light, medium, dark values! The walks were definitely needed to blow out the cobwebs. 🥴
I checked the weather last night since I have to take DH to town tomorrow for tests at the hospital. While he is in there I will run over and pick up our grocery order and his prescriptions. Have I mentioned I love curbside pickup and on line shopping?
Here’s our forecast (keep in mind it is is Celsius, not Fahrenheit);
I just love seeing those numbers above freezing and wish that was the case in America. It’s just heartbreaking to see and read about the tragedies occurring due to the severe winter conditions. I can only hope this winter system will break. I’m guessing that it should start to warm by the weekend in the most severe hit areas going by how the Arctic Front has been moving these past couple of days.
I’m really liking the way this next quilting project is coming along. This is the Eagle pattern by Phillips Fibre Art.
Then of course their is our latest little charmer, my great granddaughter;
and her big sister:
And this is the week when these two siblings, a couple of my grandkids, turn 13 and 4;
That’s it for me this week. Do pop over to LeeAnna’s blog Not Afraid of Color to see what brings joy in to the lives of several of our quilty friends.
Thank you for visiting 😄 Carol