The weekend went too fast!
Friday night I was so tired, I can't even remember what I did. Probably rested until it was time to go to bed.
Starting at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, I sewed all day with fellow guild members.
Attended a funeral for a very kind, generous, funny, and wise man. (I'm so glad we knew him - he will definitely be missed.)
Sunday went to church.
Cleaned a little in anticipation of a visit from son and girlfriend.
Ate dinner and had a nice chat with above.
Took a nap.
Daughter came over and gave us more junk. (She's moving.)
And suddenly it is Sunday evening, time to do laundry for work clothes, and time to think about the work week coming back 'round the mountain. Dang.
Here's one of the projects I finished on Saturday... a quilt that was started by a woman from Illinois while we were at Rosebud. I offered to finish it for her. I'll send it back to Rosebud this week. (It's super soft.)
And I finished my "Methodist Quilt!" (In the center is a quote from John Wesley, the founder of Methodism -- 'Do all the good you can.')
I have missed a couple of days of my walking routine, but I have progressed 25 miles on my 100-mile goal of "walking to my favorite quilt shop." I'm 1/4 of the way there!