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Yeah, that's what it feels like . . . sometimes.
I spent the day just relaxing. "Normal" begins on Monday . . .
Alarm clock goes off at 5:30 a.m.
Newton heads off to school around 8
Bible study leaders' meeting begins at 9
Routine is not a bad thing. In fact, it's somewhat comforting to know what's next.
After church and lunch, I spent the afternoon finishing a book (The Mistletoe Promise by Richard Paul Evans - it was a very good book and a quick read).
I took a nap.
Monday is soon enough to worry about what needs done, what didn't get done and what's for dinner.
I'm trying something new . . .
I'm playing with quilt as you go method. What better place than on a scrap vortex quilt block. BF and I have had numerous conversations over the last month because she did a quilt this way for a Christmas gift for her eldest daughter. In fact, she made three large quilts from flannel over the last three or four months and each was a different method of quilting.
The first was an experiment with a friend's long arm.
The second one was tied.
The third she machine quilted by the block and then sewed them all together. She spent the last week finishing it because she ran out of time. It was a huge undertaking.
My goal is to try and get one of these blocks done per month. I'm in no big hurry and just want to get some experience under my belt before I try it on a quilt that has more meaning to me than scraps :)
Sunday evening will be spent catching up and reviewing my Bible study lesson in preparation for Monday's meeting.
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