I’m joining a group of friends who get together via a linky party on LeeAnna’s blog Not Afraid of Color most weeks to share list of things that bring them joy, inspire them or make them laugh.
These past couple of months I have been paying attention to my diet and try to get some of the Covid/3 surgery weight off. It seems I have developed an addiction to bean salsa since I made the decision. Add some garden cucumbers and carrots and it does make a perfect dinner! Last night I had just enough left to add to a rice bowl with a sesame dressing since I had made Porkchops, steamed broccoli and rice for DH. With his very fussy appetite (doesn’t like most veggies and allergic to onions and garlic) I often wind up making 2 meals.
I do love making quilts, but most of my family and friends are well supplied. About the only times I do quilts now for family are for new additions or memory quilts. I’ve changed my focus to do more Charity quilting so I can continue to feed my addiction to fabric.
When I last checked my mail I had received a lovely box of donations from Denise B. It contained quilt tops, blocks, backing fabric and scraps to help with keeping the need to quilt ongoing. These quilt tops will be finished and donated to Wildfire victims. So many here in British Columbia have lost their homes that it is heartbreaking.
I’m also starting on more quilts for Victoria’s Quilts Canada for Cancer Patients. I really love quilting so it’s nice to have a reason to keep doing it! 😉
As you know our summer (hah) has been overwhelming with a heat dome, extreme drought, wildfires and so much smoke. I love getting rain, seeing the yellow leaves on the side of the road and in the bush, being able to go for walks, wearing a light jacket and seeing the golf course get green again. It does seem as if we might get early fall and possibly winter this year. I’m so ready for it.
I enjoy reading and just finished re-reading the Outlander series of books. I have found that I am listening to audiobooks more now as well. I have some wonderful earbuds that work well to drown out the 6-10 hours of news DH watches. Instead I get to listen to stories or autobiographies while I’m sewing by machine or by hand.
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