A full moon header for you and a sunset for me.
Not a bad day. Zeus put the new battery in the lawn tractor for me and I zoomed back and forth from the studio to the front of the house where I loaded bags and bags, HEAVY, bags of fabric into the wagon.
I view my fabric stash as a collection. I love all of it. I have a hard time even sorting through it to "thin" it out. Something that might not make it into a quilt might make a perfect dress for Riley, or be something that my other granddaughter Hayden could sew up into something neat.
But, it's all sitting in the first floor of the barn now, waiting................for me to carry it up, one bag at a time, sort, fold and put away.
I made great strides in emptying out my old sewing studio. I may get another clear day to finish it up although the weather people seem determined to tell us that WINTER IS ARRIVING.
They say it with such glee. I'm just very grateful that it hasn't arrived until December. Last year getting snow that stayed around in October was depressing.
Tomorrow night is a basketball game. The UW plays Duke so that should be fun.
I bought Christmas presents for my three grandchildren up in Minnesota so I will get those in the mail tomorrow.
Oh, Murphy has a new "girlfriend" at Puppy Day Care. Her name is Pika and she's a Corgi.
Apparently, he's taken quite a shine to her and won't leave her alone. The staff tells me when Pika wants to rest because she's tired, Murphy stands next to her and barks at her. So, typical male.
Ok, I'm exhausted..........too much lifting and carrying of heavy stuff. Time to grab my book, a cat or two and head for bed.
:)Bea Dream of Creating it will make you smile.