Here it is only 9am and I am already tired. Got the boys up and off to school, as I was getting them out the door I saw that Autumn (one of the horses)was out. So I go get the fencing tools and find where the fence is down and fix it. Barbed wire is hard to work with when you are alone. Finally got her caught and put back up. Then...you know how we just let Ole Jim, the mule run loose around here. He just walks around the farm and picks all day. So I was starting to do the morning feeding and Jim is following me around, he steps on the end of the waterhose. It busts and we are both covered in water!!! I run to turn the water off to the hose and the things strips! So I had to kick the breaker and turn all of the water off until hubby comes home to fix it. So now I came in the house, got me a Diet Pepsi and set down at the computer!!!!!
My back is still a little quicky but alot better than it was. I missed my guild meeting yesterday, because of my back. It was really hard to get comfortable and I have to keep getting up and down and walk around some so I just decided not to go. They worked on a 4 patch stack-n-whack. Maybe I can catch up with them or at least get started at the next meeting.
But here is what I have been working on the past few days. Here is another block for my Love Letter quilt. This makes me 59 so that is almost the halfway mark.
Here is a Dear Jane block that I made last night and I hope to do a few more today. I just needed a day or two break from the Love Letter quilt.
This is another hat that I made for a friend of Richard's. I hate making those things. The band drives me crazy!
And here is top baby top that I made for my new nephew that is coming in November!!! I know that it doesn't really look like baby fabric but these are colors that my brother and SIL like. They are not much on bright colors. I think I will bind it with the dark green.
You can also see a close up of the fabrics.
Well, I'm off....I need to get some house work done and hopefully sew a couple of blocks before Richard gets home.