Wednesday's view out the front window.
I guess it's still winter here. sigh...
We did manage to get to my final post-op exam at the eye doctor this morning. The roads weren't great, but my wonderful husband got me there, and also to Costco to order new glasses, and then home again. That's something I love about him - he figures out how to get things done.
How to find an iced tea in downtown Boston?
Did you know Dunkin Donuts has good iced tea?
There's one on just about every corner in Boston!
Today will be a good day to wrap up in a quilt and read. I don't mind that! I've gotten into an obsession with a book series. Does that happen to you? As soon as I finish one book, I want to read the next. These are from the Ruth Galloway series by Elly Griffiths.
Ruth is a forensic archeologist in England, and ends up working with the police to help identify bones when there's been a murder. The books have interesting historical and archeological info in them, along with the fictional story. Plus I've gotten very attached to the characters, which is why I want to read the next book right away!
We were searching for a new TV series to watch in the evenings, and I found this one on BritBox. So far we're enjoying it.
Rosemary Boxer and Laura Thyme help solve the mysteries while
also running a gardening and landscape business.
I got right to work on this week's border prompt for the Stay at Home Round Robin
- square in a square blocks. I found a very helpful tutorial with a sizing chart at Quilting JetGirl
and made the 3 inch finished blocks. They turned out just right!
I'm still holding off on sewing any of these together into actual borders. Maybe they will all make one border? It's been kind of fun just arranging the blocks after they're sewn each week, and mulling over the possibilities!
Hope you're having a great week, without too much snow!