Monday, November 10, 2008


When my daughter wanted me to come over last weekend to deliver the squishy package that had arrived for her, I told her I was busy and I had plans. I wanted to finish a quilt, and clean my house. I wound up going anyway, because she had a DVD that was due at the library and couldn't be renewed. At $2 a day, I could make time.

Then this weekend, she wanted me to come over again. She has a cold and needed some cold medicine. I then realized that both of those things that I had wanted to do the previous weekend were still pretty much in the same state as they had been last weekend.

I decided to do something about it. I looked for the masking tape again, and it was in the first place I looked. It was a good sign. I sandwiched the quilt, and am more than 8 / 12 done. I ran out of thread - I used the almost whole spool for this lap size quilt. Just a little bit longer before the grand reveal. Of the quilt, not the cleaning. LOL

The photo is misleading - most of the leaves are down now. My yard trash bins are full, so I am going to have to mow the rest of them into mulch. I read that was good for the grass, but it didn't say how much was too much.


Donna said...

can't have too much mulched leaves -- I don't rake my yard at all, nor bag lawn clippings, and have never had a problem... There are two large elm trees on the front boulavard, and neighbors have a couple of maples, so there's leaves around...

Looking forward to seeing the quilt :-)

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

If you feel it is too think anywhere on the lawn use it on the perennial flower beds.

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I meant THICK not THINK