It was a little less crazy and lazy yesterday. Some things were actually accomplished. I think today will be even better. Throwing a monkey wrench into yesterday's activities was a short trip to the grocery store. We needed to go to the post office and so we went to the grocery store just to have some fun. When I say "we," I mean both of us. The fifth wheel is parked in such a way that I can't get my Jeep out of the garage, and there is no way on this green earth that I'm driving Mike's fat-ass dually into town. It simply makes for some romantic dates to the post office and the grocery store. Yep...this is what you have to look forward to when you've been married to the same person for 45 years. Romance all the time...every day...its exhausting.
So, I did get back to my slow-stitching. I've filled the first hoop on the latest Appalachian Memories block:
Sadie has been a suspicious 'fraidy cat lately. She's been hiding out in the downstairs. We've loaded her into the car to go to the vet, and into the RV too many times in a short span of time, and she's reverted to her most anxious self, temporarily at least. She comes out and sits on my lap for a little while, but she's had a hard time relaxing since we've been home. Poor thing. She'll get over it, but it's hard to capture a photo of her right now. If you know that character "Tweek" on South Park, then you know our Sadie.
Okay, so back to my routine. I'm heading downstairs to finish up my four quilt boxes for today. I've created labels, and just need to tape them to the box. Then, that task will be completed for the day. After that, I'll get to my slow-stitching. I need to do at least a little work in the garden today, but the rest of the day will be devoted to quilting. No diversions, please.