Happy Thursday! Someone was having fun with their sidewalk chalk at my neighborhood park the other day!
Good advice, although not always easy to follow.
I've been so blessed to see some of my favorite people in person this week! Of course, I was too busy visiting to take any pictures. I got together for a socially distanced breakfast with my teacher friends and we spent a lot of time sharing memories of our friend who passed away in February. We toasted her with our orange juice!
We also met up with our oldest son for a picnic lunch to celebrate his birthday. He lives about 250 miles from us, so we met halfway in between. Even though we Facetime with him regularly, it was so good to actually see him!
Back at home, we've been enjoying the newest season of The Brokenwood Mysteries on Acorn. I think it's Season 7, and we have loved them all. These shows take place in New Zealand, and I love their accents!
I'm really enjoying this book, recommended by Wendy of Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life. It's WWII historical fiction, one of my favorite genres.
Five young Americans go to Paris to become spies during the war.
I 'm about halfway through and I really can't tell how this is going to turn out!
I've been enjoying some hand-piecing this week. The center section of my Harmony hand-pieced project is taking shape. I've made the four corner blocks, and now need four more triangles in a square, and some flying geese to finish everything off. Then I can piece all the parts together!
Hope you're having a great week!
I'm joining in with LeeAnna and friends at Not Afraid of Color
for I Like Thursday.