Let's see if that's true...
But first, I'll show you what kept me busy yesterday morning. Instead of shoveling snow, I was Zooming with Knittingsuek:
I'm wearing RED in honor of my RSC Quilter friends!
Lucky thing! By the time we were done, our street looked like this:
Thank you, Mr. Sunshine, for melting the snow away and saving my afternoon for sewing!!! :o))
SUNDAY - This morning, I released my PQ13.2 post.
MONDAY - A new SAHRR edition of Mini Monday went live late last night (so that I wouldn't miss the link-up.)
TUESDAY - Today's Tidy Up Tuesday post shared the results of my participation in the Declutter Challenge 2022. If YOU missed it, you can start NOW!! Karen @ Just Get It Done Quilts encourages us to pick up the challenge anytime we see the need in our space.
WEDNESDAY - It was a wonderful day, but no Wonderful Wednesday post was involved. I am pleased to report that I enjoyed a day off work today and this afternoon I spent some time...
Zooming with LeeAnna @ Not Afraid of Color:
I spy some RED on those boxes.
That's right friends, only THREE boxes are standing in the way of the longarm being set up!! :o))
Well, three boxes, a mucky lawn, frigid temperatures and more snow in the forecast for this weekend. Not exactly the best conditions for opening the windows for the rails of the longarm to gain admittance to the studio. :o((
THURSDAY - ZoomBEE was on the agenda for this morning, but I got involved in something and missed it. :o((
It's a studio day today. I'm RED-y:
I'm working on trying to finish up my entry for the January 2022 TABLE SCRAPS Challenge. RED fabric scraps were involved:
FRIDAY - Today is the day! It's the January 2022 TABLE SCRAPS Challenge LINK PARTY. Will YOU be joining in? There's STILL time for you to get on board! The LINK PARTY will be open through Monday, January 31st @ 11:59 PM.
ZoomKNIT?? Nope! Didn't happen. I had an appointment that couldn't be missed. Missed you, knitting friends!
SATURDAY - It's LINK PARTY day for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge! I hope you will join me in visiting Angela @ So Scrappy to see what RED scraps the RSC Quilters have been sewing up this week.
Until next time...
So glad that the snow melted saving you from the shoveling. Looks like you had plenty to keep you busy!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a busy week at your house!ReplyDelete
Busy week, another box unpacked. Hope the treasures you discovered will fuel your creative journey. Looking forward to seeing them. Decluttering a space always free us to create so much more. Stay safe and warm, the snow in our parts of the woods, even with the sun will not melt at the moment, we have to bundle up and go and shovel snow. It is too cold to melt. Have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
Wow - only 3 boxes remaining! I am impressed.ReplyDelete
Oh, you are getting so close to the longarm set-up!!! That will be an exciting day!ReplyDelete
The sun taking care of the snow so you could sew - perfect! Hmmm, could you sneak those rails in before the big storm hits?ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you didn't have to shovel! It's the worst part of snow. Here's to getting one step closer to quilting things up again. Whoo-hoo!ReplyDelete
Glad there is melting going on! And time for sewing, too. Hope you're having a great weekend, Joy!ReplyDelete
It's amazing how the shining sun can melt the snow even if the temperature is low. Lots going on in your world, but that's your natural state.ReplyDelete