It is later than I usually post, but I got up early and drove in to my office this morning. There are a few more people than usual in today, but everyone is (more than) social distancing and wearing masks. It actually doesn't feel so creepy being here today. I managed to print a bazillion things for Bill (who is also here doing some zoom calls), and got all my packages taped and UPS-labeled ready to go out today. Also a couple of packages that Bill needed shipped out.
My drive in this morning was pleasant. I had to take a little detour and not go through Valley Forge Park (there were some fire engines blocking the road I would go down to enter the Park...hopefully nothing too major). So I wound my way past a horse farm and many of the horses were out in the fields already - all of them blanketed (it was right around 32 degrees). Such a pretty scene. If it wasn't such a narrow and winding road, I would have pulled over for a picture or two.
Meanwhile, it is Tiny Needle Tuesday and a little progress was made on the Quaker sampler I'm stitching:
The left border is now complete and the beginning of the bottom border is finished. Still a VERY long way to go, but progress nonetheless. There are, of course, plenty more animals and trees and leaves to be stitched along with the letters sprinkled throughout the sampler. Luckily I am still having fun with it and enjoying the stitching. I'm thinking I should be able to get a lot accomplished over the holidays as work will be quiet (fingers crossed) and we won't be going out anywhere (other than to Colin & Mailing's and to Mailing's parents on Christmas day).
Well, time to get back to work! Hope your week is going well.