Monday, January 17, 2022

PLANS

I had fun planning the next quilt....
I did a lot of knitting; in all honesty, 
I probably did it a bit too long for the aching ramped up a lot. 
I took the hint and rested my arm again.
We had bouts of wind and rain throughout the day--when there was calm, the birds were busy filling up since our temps are due to drop from the 60's to the 30's! 
 I'm hoping for no frost!
 

8 comments:

  1. Good luck with the weather. I heard about tornadoes in FL. We had some snow, then rain, and now it will turn back to snow. It's gonna be messy out there!

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  2. It’s so fun to watch the birds! We’ve been doing the same.

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  3. that new quilt is going to be beautiful!

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  4. Crazy weather in Florida. Glad you didn't get any of the bad stuff.

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  5. This winter sure has been a roller coaster. Yesterday in was in the teens with snow and ice and today it's in the 40's with sunshine. I can't keep up. Instead of shoveling snow today we'll be shoveling mud. Ugh.

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  6. Your red and white quilt is going to be lovely! Thanks for the photo of your knitting progress as I was curious. Hope your hand/arm improves quickly!

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  7. What a pretty quilt you have planned and you've been knitting! Please tke care of your hand and don't overdo.
    I heard today that Florida could have freezing temps several times in the next few weeks. Crazy! Then I saw that there were tornadoes too. Oh my! I'm glad you're safe.
    Blessings and hugs,
    Betsy

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