Sigh... I don't know about the rest of you, but in Michigan we've been experiencing 50-60 degree days in Winter! Having the HARDEST time staying in and stitching! Too much to do! Too much to see!
I took this picture at the West Bloomfield Parks & Rec. Not sure if the sign refers to the turtle or my quilt progress lately!
Instead of stitching, I've been.....
Geocaching. We have several amazing nature trails nearby and the wildlife & birds have been out to play! This little fellow (and two more of her friends) decided to keep me company on one trip.
Reading. I've been selected to distribute books as part of the World Book Night (April 23rd) near my home town. Thousands of ambassadors all over the world will be handing out free books to light- or non- readers to promote literacy. My book is a toughee - Bel Canto by Ann Patchett. Not an easy read to promote to non-readers so I'm re-reading it right now.
Adopting. Nope, not as it sounds. As some of you may remember, I'm part of an International stitching group working on a project called Some Kind of Wonderful (SKoW). This group consists of a 100+ women around the globe working on the same project - we post our status monthly. Hanne is a quilter from Denmark who wished to join but the blog site only allows 100 "users" at a time. So, I adopted her! She'll send her posts to me and I'll post them for her. Check out her newest post here.
Journaling. Ok, I know this new project is 10 days old, but I think I lead a boring life. Each night I sign my daily square and wonder if anyone is going to be interested in this. Take, for an example, today. Unless I leave right now and do something amazing, the highlight for today's square will be a 9-year old's birthday party! LOL.
I have made a personal decision not to stress over my penmanship - it is what it is! I've also decided, for the rest of the rows, to gear towards more solid fabrics - my journal entries seem to get lost in the background sometimes.
Family. We have three birthdays in two weeks, plus my sister and I have been doing a lot of exploring and charity work. Last month we worked at Gleaner's Food bank. This month we're planting trees at 7 Mile and Outer Drive in Detroit. Next month is the Belle Isle Cleanup and, I think, the Belle Isle Aquarium "moving of the Koi".
Other people's quilts. Oh, yes. Did I mention I've agreed to make 4 commission quilts this season?
So, knowing all this and knowing the lack of progress on my own quilts. What do you think I'm going to do on this very bright, very warm March day? Yep. Go out and explore.
Happy Sunday everyone!