I’ve had quite a bit of sewing time. Karl’s been home so we hang in the quilting room quite a bit in the evenings and I’ve had some days off from childcare too. It’s been so nice. My thoughts are: the world would be a happier place if we all could somehow only work four days a week vs five. I love my job but boy-oh-boy do I ever love some free time.
The weather was expected to be a little iffy around here on Friday. I had a regular routine physical and mammogram scheduled and Kalissa needed someone to take care of Carver as she worked the overnight and needed to sleep. Auntie Kelli and Uncle Karl to the rescue.
While they held down the fort here I was off….
Routine physical first. Blood draw next and then MAMMOGRAM. Ladies…Please get a mammogram done. It’s important. It’s necessary. You need to do what you can to take care of your of you are no help to anyone!!
My niece is struggling with a metastasized breast cancer right now. It’s so important to catch it early. Please…make the appointment.
After that it was thrift stores, some take out food and I headed home. These two, and Carver wanted me home.
We ate…put Carver down for a nap and then snuck off to sew. Karl and Kelli were ready to play.
Yep…that’s baby Hanken starting to show. Kelli is due with what will be our 5th grandbaby in March. She’s slowly feeling a little better and finally has gained a couple pounds back from the 20 or so she lost because she was so sick.
Kelli was trimming her scrap vortex blocks. I am sure she already has enough for TWO LARGE quilts.
Karl is sewing these. YES they are tiny. Less than an inch finished. He started out making them this small without asking me first. I’d have advised bigger as it’s his second sewing project. I sent the picture to Connie and she said, “I can tell he’s been in your scraps….it’s all red and polka dot”. Yep..my two favorites!!
While they were doing that….I was doing this…. Continue reading