Here we sit, unable to unpack. The fire near our home is considered 100% contained now, which is very good news. All roads are open. Fire personnel and equipment are gone. We are still at Level 2 evacuation orders, however, and so we don't feel comfortable unpacking until all risk is gone. You'll see in a moment why we're still at Level 2. And all of that to say that it's hard to establish or return to any kind of routine, which means I was pretty much a slug yesterday. I really hate coming to the end of a day having accomplished absolutely nothing. We even had leftovers for breakfast and for dinner. So, okay, I get credit for making sandwiches at lunch time, but that's it.
There was the slightest amount of progress made when I sat down at Eliza yesterday to get ready to quilt the Bag Ladies. They've been chilling through this whole episode...hanging out on my sewing chair. I asked them yesterday if they'd been nervous through this, but none of them said anything. I'm taking that as a "no."
I'll probably check on the corn again today too. I'm getting close to being out of food for dinner, but corn chowder is going on the menu for next week. We'll probably find some time to take some down to the kids too. It would just be good to see them. So, okay. Routine, here I come. I'm going to get some quilting done today.