It has been a busy week here on the old homestead.
I had three meetings this week, two at the Anglican church and one at my own. Prayer Shawl Ministry has started at my church and our first knit meeting was yesterday. I really need to improve on a couple of things before the next one as the Anglican church has been invited to attend.
The first meeting was to take a blurb to the Anglican church for their bulletin inviting them to attend our next meeting in two weeks. The second meeting was to introduce myself to the Anglican priest, I figured it was past time I did so. And the third meeting was the Prayer Shawl meeting. Managed to get them all in by Thursday.
Yesterday I bought some large pots for my planting this year. Today after Harvey and Kris got the deck cleared off I set them out. I think I have them all in their final resting places, but I have been known to change my mind.
I managed to get my quilt sandwiched, pinned and trimmed yesterday. Now the fun part begins. This is going to take awhile as the quilt could be considered King sized (I wanted it big enough to hang nicely on the bed). This means pulling out a different machine to do my regular sewing. Thank goodness Kurt bought me another machine for Christmas, though I could have used my mothers old one.
Harvey worked up the garden and then today both of them (Kris is home thank heavens) planted my pear tree, brought in the treadmill, and put in the window air conditioner.
Slowly but surely things are being completed.
Everybody have a wonderful evening.