In fact, this is how things look around my sewing machine....
|This area has become a dumping ground, but wait, a project is showing at the bottom of the pile. I think that's En Provence.|
|This at least looks somewhat tidy; stacks of sorted genealogy papers & files. I won't show how my desk looks, nor my ironing board.|
I have summer plans to head to Oregon again but haven't nailed down the dates. I'm thinking of going to the quilt camp I've gone to in the past and not take any quilting except perhaps the all-by-hand project I started many years ago (the one I call the rooster quilt), or any of several embroidery projects I've started and would like to finish.
In other general news, my husband again switched jobs on 5 March so is back to commuting over an hour each way. My son began college in February taking automotive, music theory & English comp classes, and also began working part-time a few weeks ago after being without a job while he finished high school last year and then "took time off from everything". This gives me two days a week of having the house entirely to myself for most of the day. Some of us need that space!
Today, I am going out for a late lunch with my friend Panda. She's been getting a lot of piecing done and sending her quilts out to be quilted.
One other thing before I go. I've noticed lately that I've received a few comments from what/who I believe are spammers. I have deleted them but am wondering how to stop them and/or block the spammees. They all pretty much started out the same way with something of "I love your blog, first time here", yada-yada and then list any number of links with titles unrelated to anything in my post. Do you get those? Do you just ignore, just delete, have a way of blocking? or reporting? I don't & won't click on their links - I know full well those would probably harbor malware or viruses.