After working all day yesterday, we saw this on the way to church.
The black dots at the top of the rainbow are vultures coming to roost,
which was just a bonus!
The sky last night gave no indication that a hurricane was on its way!
Bill finished the drain in this group of pipes.
This is located in my studio.
Just one of those projects that got overlooked.
When he finished the plumbing part, I painted it with polyurethane to seal the cement.
This was the first part and then we moved the extras so the whole area could get a good covering.
After it dried, I moved my craft table back into place and the room divider was opened and used to block the water system and the pipes.
Much more pleasing to my eye now!
I finished sewing all my strips for the last area of the medallion quilt and then I cut all the strips for the yellow border and the printed blue one.
Next week I will put it all together!
I also tweaked the pattern for the crossover purse.
It is getting easier and easier to make this.
I am using fusible web instead of interfacing and it is working to make a sleeker but still firm purse fabric.
Very satisfying to make!
Bill has been called to work for the storm assessment company and had to have EH boots, meaning able to take 18000 volts of electricity when he is out and writing reports for downed wires, etc.
He had to report to Orlando for a central sending point.
You don't understand how large the boots are until you see them next to my shoes!
A 15eee is a big boot!
We were glad to buy local and be ready to equip him for safety.
He has battened down all the hatches for me while he is gone.
I have a friend who had to evacuate here so I have company.
We cooked all morning and have drinking water, cooking and bathing water and even buckets of water by the toilets in case we lose power!
Our batteries are stocked, we have LED lights and then the most important part-
YARN and CHOCOLATE.
All jokes aside, I hope you are safe where you are and you are not taking it for granted!