Monday's view out the front window:
Some white stuff! It's been a verrrry long time since we've had any moisture.
This was icy pellets - like the weather gods couldn't decide if we would get rain, snow, or some combination of the two. But it's wet, so that's a good thing!
I loved seeing Mike zooming with his longtime buddies that he served in the Navy with. Zoom has been a great thing for them in this last year and a half. They (and wives) have been getting together in various places around the country every two years, but this has enabled them to see and visit with each other every two months.
We are (fingers crossed!) planning the next reunion for Boston in May of 2022.
It was supposed to have happened in May of 2020, but you know what happened to that one...
One of my favorite times of the day is the evening after dinner when Mike and I settle down to stream a show or two. Our latest favorite is "Bosch" on Amazon Prime. I've read all the Harry Bosch novels by Michael Connelly, so am liking the series, even though it's been updated a bit from the time period of the first few novels.
Full Disclosure - there's bad language in this show,
so I don't recommend it for everyone.
Last night (while watching) I got started stitching the ice-skating Frosty. He might be my favorite Frosty so far! I decided to do the holly leaves in green, just for a fun contrast.
Have you seen, or maybe even made, a 10 Minute Tablerunner? I didn't make this one - it was a gift from a friend the other day. She did say it wasn't 10 minutes to make it - more like an hour! It doesn't have any batting, or really any quilting either. I love the main fabric with the cardinals in it. I noticed that if you Google it, there are lots of video tutorials on how to make them
And one more thing to share - this week's book. Last week I was all about the holiday stories, and I have several in a pile, ready to read. But then... I got a note from the library that my copy of the latest Inspector Gamache mystery by Louise Penny. Yippee! It's a good one, too!
This will probably be my last post until next To-Do Tuesday. My kids will be here for a long weekend tomorrow through Monday, and we'll be busy. I like that a lot! Back soon, though!