Alas, alack. My camera's USB cord/charger is not working. Which means I can't take pictures of the world around me. I am sad. I couldn't take a picture of my One Flower Wednesday at Journey of A Quilter . But, I hope I can take some soon. Maybe my son will teach me on how use his camera. Until then, check out the gorgeous gardens Karen is sponsoring at her site. It will make your day! Meanwhile, I will have to be content with using words to tell you of my adventures. Maybe I will find some Internet images to keep the boredom at bay.
Monday: 4th of July: BBQ'd with my family at my son's home:
|Okay, there weren't any little ones...but isn't this picture great?!|
Wednesday: Spent the morning cleaning/decluttering my family room. I know you may be amazed by this; but it seems that much of my sewing paraphernalia has migrated to this room. I KNOW. How does this happen? I blame my cat Thimble.
In the afternoon, I helped out a friend...then led her astray to a local quilt shop. I haven't gotten her hooked YET, but I am working on it!! Ha-ha-ha...you know how evil we quilters are...always evangelizing the benefits of a high
Thursday: Planned to finish the family room. Ran errands with my 16 year old. Came home. I sat down on the couch in family room. My butt refused to get up. Hmmm....must have been a virus. Couldn't have been MOI?
Here it is Friday, and all I have accomplished is basic household hygiene...meals, laundry and dishes. Yes, I worked on hand projects in the evening. Yes, I strolled through the Internet filling my head with more ideas than I will ever be able to sew in a thousand life times. But, before my new meds a few weeks ago, I wasn't even able to complete those takes. I need to remember that!!
Meanwhile, I am continuing to work on the family room about 30-60 minutes at a time. Maybe it will soon be a calm peaceful spot. It is not as bad as it sounds. You have to recall, I am "busy as a turtle"; ie: I move slow. But, I hope, that just like the story of the tortoise and the hare: in the end I shall win the race.