Tuesday, September 15, 2020

What Day Is It???

It is a challenge these days to know what day of the week it is...these days I usually determine where in the week we are by the garbage man.  But, with the level of smoke in the air the garbage pick up schedule has been rescheduled.  Who would have thought that the resume of our garbage person would be administrative assistant!

My days are not only filled with stitching but an occasional foray into baking gluten free/vegan treats for G.  It is amazing what you can make with a little encouragement!  These are Bob Redmills  Gluten Free muffin mix where I substituted the milk with almond milk and the egg with Aquafaba which is bascially powered chickpeas. 


I loved this 1st day of school photo sent by my grandson's mom.  G said he doesn't look that happy...lol...poor guy...walked outside for the photo and then right back into the house for class...


The reason I am a little late posting this blog today is I got totally engrossed in prepping my Otter Needleroll designed by my friend Ariane Zurcher  I have the most drive early in the morning.  And, even though I haven't made one stitch...She already looks cute...I have decided to name her... 
Olive the Otter!


Have a day filled with passion for a project in your sewing space!
It really does help!

 

18 comments:

  1. You’re putting me to shame, I haven’t prepped anything for my otter needle roll yet.

    I can’t believe next Wednesday is the first day of Autumn!

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    1. I can't believe it either on both counts, lol

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  2. I need to finish my Sue Spargo needle roll before I can make another. Shame on me. :)

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    1. I have yet to make a needle roll...I have a needle book...guess I have to get stitching

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  3. You have a very handsome Grandson Anna! Muffins look yummy. Have a good day.

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  4. What day is it? Who knows 😀,but your prep work is motivating. ❤️

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  5. Couldn't prep anything either. Spent my day on the road, in doctor's office, on the ferry, and now finally home! A nine hour day for two appointments. But was worth it as I had good news. My chronic heart problem has greatly improved. Doctor is scratching his head. I did get some stitching done while in the waiting room.

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    1. I wonder if quarantine has provided your sweet heart with a rest.

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  6. Olive! So sweet. Until the smoke clears...ahem, cough, sputter, how are we to know the time of day...noon? where's the sun? In the central Willamette Valley we had a breeze for a few hours and brought on heavier smoke. sigh. Happy stitching!

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    1. I know the wind has done zero in clearing out the smoke it just moves the smoke from one fire out and one in....

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  7. I laughed at the first day of school picture scenario. My daughter asked her 20-year-old son if he'd like a first day of school (3rd year university) picture, saying she could take a picture of him in his pjs at his computer. He passed . . .

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