I have an earlier day than normal tomorrow, so I left my sampler guild meeting right after the program presentation and came home to take a warm and soothing--but fast--shower so I could get to bed early.
The shower was warm and fast--but instead of making me drowsy, it woke me up.
This was not the plan.
Anyway, the meeting was delightful, as they usually are. This year our program planners are presenting different projects that could go in a sewing box or basket. Last month we got the materials for a wooden needle book.
This is what came home with me tonight:
We have beeswax and molds to use to make waxers and a little box to put it (them) into. I need to go shopping for ribbon because I really liked one of the ideas for a waxer and I want to make a couple of them. The jewelry cap with the tassel is just because they're shiny and sometimes I want shiny in my life.
Mary Otter continues to get the majority of my stitching attention. Most of the vine for one side of this quarter of the sampler is done. I hope I can get the rest of the vine done tomorrow evening and can start on the leaves that go around the strawberries.
Am I delusional to hope that I can get the right and left borders for this quarter done by the end of the week-end?
Don't answer that.
Because there's something else that I am definitely delusional about.
It's November, the month that traditionally sees a blog a day from devoted bloggers.
I did this last year, and at the end of the month, I said I would never do it again until I had retired and had more time than I do at this stage of my life.
So I'm not going to say that I will blog every day in November, even though I feel horribly guilty about the way I've neglected my little blog this year. I will say that I am going to try to blog more frequently, at least during November.
And then we'll see if that carries through into December and beyond.