The end of the second day of quilathonning is coming to an end for me. My friend and I finished all our blocks today!
We were sewing shortly after 8 this morning. Vince didn’t come home for lunch so I ran back to the house, opened a jar of soup; she ran home and checked in with her family. While in the house, I stirred up a batch of muffins.
We’re still not sure about sashing but we’re having fun digging through fabric.
It’s freezing cold here! Most of the morning we had snow flurries.
My friend and I were sewing and I kept hearing something that sounded like a car door so I got up, went to the door and it was gunfire in the woods (National Guard). I came back and told my friend that it sounded like a war in the woods. Then we were sitting there and I happened to look out the window and I said “Oh, my goodness!” . . probably kinda loud and scared my friend. And then I said “It’s snowing!” It wasn’t really snow but just flurries.
Several times I’ve been out to give the chickens water and by the time I get back to the house, it’s probably already frozen. The heat is on in the coops so the water inside isn’t frozen but I don’t know if they can figure that out.
It hasn’t been above freezing all day and will go way. Right now, it feels like 7°. This is so cold for central Texas and for this southern girl!
Hope everyone is staying warm and getting lots of sewing done.