Good Morning Friends,
How are you on this Tuesday in mid-November? Hard to believe that it is already mid-November and that Thanksgiving is next week. What??
Please send good juju the way of Colin & Mailing who are winging to Austin today in search of a place to live come January. Hoping they have an easy go of it and can find the perfect place. They would like to be near the river (they are shipping their kayaks down) and Colin would prefer an apartment so that he doesn't have to deal with lawn chores. And, it's got to be a place that will accept cats and that Marcel and Talbot will love. A tall order!
Yesterday was a raw day - very blustery and cold. The temps were more mild (40-45), but it looked and felt like it could snow! In contrast, I spoke with my brother in Boulder, CO and it had been in the 70's out there! I did manage to get two loads of laundry done, ran to the post office and picked up milk and white vinegar at the store. Also a little knitting, a little stitching and a bit of reading. A balanced kind of day.
Let's see where the Pomegranate Birds sampler stands at this point.
I had hoped to start the second bird, but just managed to finish filling in the urn yesterday. That took longer than I expected. I mean, it was easy - I didn't have to look at a chart or count or anything, but it seemed to take FOREVER! Next up will be the bird on the right...then the final bottom of the urn which will contain the year. This has been a fun and enjoyable stitch, but I will be happy to move on to something new/different.
It is just 6:45 a.m. as I type this. I need more coffee as I still feel in a fog. I'm going to the office in a bit to hand over some rhubarb to Bill and print some things to overnight to Kevin. There will be a stop at Trader Joe's, but I'm hoping (as always) to be home by lunch.
Wherever you are and whatever you are doing, I hope your Tuesday is a good one!