Heidy ho, Dearies!
I made it home from the d-chair yesterday, and after a lovely nap in the big girl sleigh bed, sat with my JB and watched TeeVee and stitched. I had hoped to finish the "W" in Winter, but alas, my eyes were too heavy to get those last few stitches completed.
Today, though, will be another story. Once I get to the bottom of my second cup of damn good, I'm going to stitch my eyeballs out until it's time to head to the Grotto.
(One of these days we'll be able to return to Mass in the Basilica, but for now a little chat with the BVM will have to do.)
My biggest task this weekend (besides paperwork and bill paying) is a contemplation of my Spring stitchy basket. I confess that I'm a little torn about the prospect of putting winter away just now. I have truly loved every moment with each project in both baskets for Christmas and Winter. My brain tells me that Winter should be Jan-Feb, Spring should be Mar-May, Summer June-Aug, and Autumn Sept-Nov, with a special basket for Christmas, but my heart wants to keep playing with Winter a bit longer.
The weather is contributing to my confusion. Fifty degrees and sunny on a February day is lovely, but out of the ordinary for Hoosierville. No complaints, mind you. I guess I'm just jonesing for flannel jammies a bit longer.
Speaking of jammies...if this warner trend continues, I need to completely rethink my transplant wardrobe! Everything packed is very fuzzy and warm, so I might need to find some lighter weight things to lounge about in.
No news on that front, I'm afraid, but I do have an appointment to visit with the team down in Indianapolis on April 6th. This is the trip that was moved from month to month because of the virus concerns, but April will be a definite since I will have had both shots by then and should be better protected.
I hope your weekend is full of fun and all the stitchy goodness! Come tell me all about your corner of the world and what's blowing your skirt up and what's making you happy today!
P.S. I didn't quite finish the background on my Snowflake yesterday, but I'm not going to fret too much about it. There's always tomorrow to finish it up!