Friday, March 08, 2013

Midweek progress that wasn't

This.... (oatmeal in the crockpot)




This.... (hamburger veggie soup- recipe courtesy of Paula, the quilter. This recipe is fantastic!!!)






this and this....(you all know what these are)


as well as grocery shopping kept me from doing much sewing, on Wednesday :(


 
But I did get my March pillowcase for Princess Bella made and have started the scrappy inner border for Bridie's quilt.  And TODAY...........(I know this looks like the picture from 3 weeks ago but it is actually from this morning) Today is snow all day!!! And to that I say WOOO HOOO! cause I'm staying home in my PJs and heading for the sewing studio.

I am now turning the pages of  The End of  Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe It was recommended by a quilter friend. So far, this one is pretty interesting. A little rambling. I am amazed at how many books people find time to read. They must not be quilters! :) 

 I borrow ebooks through my library and my number came up on this one. When that happens, I have 2 weeks to read it or it magically disappears! It really isn't a bad system, I always have 5(the max) books "on hold" waiting for my turn.  So my other books are pushed to the back shelf. Yess, I now have BOOK UFOs. LOL!


3 comments:

Kate North said...

I've had book UFOs for years - or TBRs as we call them. I have a shelf and a half of TBR books. This is a big improvement from 3 shelves of TBR books a few years ago. :)

Libby said...

Love the eBooks from the library. It's good to keep several on hold as it can take a l-o-n-g time before my turn comes along *s*

Kay said...

Ah, yes. Book UFO's. A great phrase. I have a bunch, but just finished a book called The Dinner by a Dutch writer whose name I forget. It's been a big seller in Europe and now here. A fast, interesting read; sort of a shocker. I'd recommend it.

We've got more snow today too. Boo.