Today I'm liking my Roomba! We were running him in the living room and he was just zooming around. He did a good job - in fact, he picked up way more than we expected him to.
The photo is a little blurry because the little guy was zipping right along!
One of the best things about the Roomba is that I can be doing something else while the vacuuming is getting done. It's a great time to put in a load of laundry, and because the laundry room is right off my sewing room, I just might have spent some time making more flying geese for my Stay at Home Round Robin project.
I like the "No Waste" method where you make four FG at one time, so while the Roomba was running I was able to cut the rest of the squares I need to make Border #3 of the project.
I've enjoyed stitching these tulips the past couple of weeks. Each one is a tiny bit different because they're hand stitched, and I like that. Each one is unique.
I'm thinking of putting them together with the floral fabric they're laying on for the sashing. It has all the perfect colors to connect these tulips.
What's for dinner? Anything in the crockpot! Last night it was chicken and white bean chili. Our older son created the recipe, so there's no link for me to share, but it's an easy one. A chicken breast, green chile enchilada sauce, Rotel tomatoes with green chilis, a can of green chilis, and cream of chicken soup. I cook the whole chicken breast in the sauce all afternoon, shred it up, and add the beans. Yum!
Mike eats his just like a bowl of chili with grated cheese on it.
I like mine with some brown rice and avocado..
And reading this week:
Something I always enjoy about Michael Connelly's books is that he uses real landmarks and places like restaurants in Los Angeles as part of the setting. Mike and I are always looking these places up on the map.
Another interesting part of this story is that it takes place in February of 2020, right when we were all starting to learn about Covid. That plays into the story, too.
Hope you're having a great week! Be sure to check out all the "I Like Thursday" posts at Not Afraid of Color.