I meant to put this picture of the June quilt on my post last night.
I just wanted to add that if anyone is looking for that same grass green polka dot, we still have some on a bolt. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Days like today, those without a goal or a schedule of any kind, are the hardest days for me to deal with! My choices are many and I end up debating what I should do rather than just doing something! I think I’ll call Reed and see what he’s up to this afternoon.
Mary, at the ripe old age of 78, nearing 79, I do find that working from a list is far more productive than spinning in circles, as I usually do. You constantly amaze me with all you do, and give me something to aspire to. Keep it up, the world’s a better place with you in it!
I’ll second the suggestion of a list. It’s overcast and warm here and after picking up our goodies from the farmers market in Gettysburg (peaches are starting to ripen, blue berries and sweet cherries also) and doing a couple yard sales I almost feel like a nap. I’m on a roll redoing some book shelves so will push on till lunch. Soon I hope..
I had only one thing on my list…catch up on sleep. But I found it will be delayed after I workout in the gym!!
Do you have any polka dots on the bolts in any other colors besides green?
Cathy – not at this time
Yes, some days it’s hard to stay focused…….
Mary, my friend….you deserve a day just to relax now and then. Of course that’s after you tend to all the farm critters who depend on you. How’s Hazel coming along with her back seat 💺 driving?
Seems like there is always something to do around here. It’s good to have an extra pair of hands to lessen the load.
We saw a goodly number of elk with their babies just past dusk last night. Some of the wee ones were on wobbly legs trying to keep up.
Up here on the Idaho panhandle we may hit 80 on Wednesday. 50’s low. Can’t wait.
Mary I am interested in the green polka I was unsuccessful in sending to email@example.com