I have my bid in on this month's Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative Auction, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed. There is always something exciting about an auction! Especially an auction where the profits are dedicated to funding research for this awful disease.
A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned that I'd won a give-away. Well, my package arrived yesterday! Oh, the lovely things I received from The Warp and the Weft! Now, I have to put my mind to making something with them!
Yesterday, I ran errands all morning, spending most of my time at Michael's and the grocery store because all the other errands were quick ones, except for the one I looked forward to the most, the library-- which was CLOSED!
I had intended to check out a bag full of mysteries to read in between all of the nonfiction. I needed a fix. Frustrated. So when I got home, I downloaded The Snowman by Jo Nesbo on my Kindle. And read the entire book. Which was, as usual, far-fetched and graphic; but I continue to read Nesbo because I love Inspector Harry Hole. Those Scandinavians have dark imaginations for a country that looks so bright and cheerful.
Not a stitch taken all day! And I was supposed to finish the latest prayer flag using the running stitch. Did not happen.
Maybe I'll get it done today.
What does your weekend look like?