The snow was so beautiful falling last evening. This morning, what a sight. I'm also very blessed that I have a job that I can work from home (when the Internet isn't acting up, that is!). So I can not only stay at home and enjoy the view, but I don't have to go out and drive in this. Hubby took my Jeep this morning so he wouldn't have any trouble getting to work.
I put a roast in the crock pot this morning and the smell is making me so hungry. When I'm at work, I don't have much time to snack but when I'm home, I want to snack all the time. Wonder what that is all about?
I did take a few minutes to put some of my sewing studio in order during my lunch hour. There was doubt that I'd pass inspection if I left it in such a mess too much longer. I've finished a couple of UFOs and not put my studio in order between projects. What a mess.
I organize my scraps using the 'Bonnie Hunter scrap organization method" and I try to promptly cut my leftovers into 2 1/2 or 3 1/2 inch strips or squares depending on the size but in order for this to work well, I need to cut the leftovers and not let it pile up. Then it becomes a chore. So now I have a very large basket of scraps to iron and cut.
I also found several men's dress shirts from Goodwill that I had not cut into strips for my "Blue Ridge Beauty. I will cut and organize those this evening if time permits.
I am a Pastor's wife of 38 years; mother of two grown and married children, quilting for over 40 years, Longarm quilter for 14 years, domestic sewing machine collector (don't ask me how many sewing machines I have!) I love woodworking (building cabinets and bookcases), I like to read mysteries and watch "chick" flicks. I love all types of music except Blue Grass, but my favorites are Contemporary Christian and oldies-Rock'n Roll.