Well, today is the first official day of my retirement.
You would think that I slept late and spent the day stitching.
You would be wrong.
I had my annual physical today, which means blood work, which means fasting. Consequently, I try to get an early appointment. That meant I had to get up by the alarm clock--at 7 a.m. rather than 6 a.m., but still earlier than I wanted--so I could be at the doctor's office by 8. And it was a very thorough exam--I don't think there was a part that wasn't poked and/or prodded. However, pending the results of the blood work, it appears that I am healthy as a horse.
Actually, I have never been quite sure how healthy the horse in that analogy is. What if it's a broken down old nag?
Anyway, once I finally got home and had breakfast, there was something I wanted to find in the stash. And, of course, in looking for one thing, I found twenty more that I want to stitch right now! They are still upstairs, but in one location, so it will be easy to go upstairs and grab something.
Then the mail carrier was very kind.
So . . . instead of stitching, I looked for stitching projects and read about stitching. And I don't have a problem with that at all.