We had a very large package arrive on our doorstep a few days ago. One I'm not too excited about...
Jeff has high hopes for it.
He spent the better part of the evening assembling it...
Fabric Therapy) with this THING in the way!?!
He expects I'll use it. Maybe. If I can figure out how to unfold it!! Goans!!
This is normal me (see, I don't have on my Mary Kay face yet! And don't mind the facial hair! LOL).
This is me contemplating the use of a treadmill.
I seriously don't know why Santa has covered his face. Maybe because he doesn't have one!! I don't really like embroidery, so this is one block of a wall hanging I may never get done! It's a beautiful pattern, but I'd rather applique than embroider.
I probably will use the treadmill, eventually. But not right now!! I have mysteries to solve!!
I've been working on Orca Bay, Bonnie Hunter's latest mystery quilt.
Amidst the chaos of my sewing room is this pile of my progress...
In the meantime, I've also got Farmer's Wife blocks to finish (my class is finishing up the last of the 111 blocks this month!), a memory quilt to finish for a client in time for Christmas (oh the pressure!), a Mary Kay open house and several parties to complete...
And all I wanna do is play in this....
But it could be.
It will be.
Soon, I hope!! :-)
Timing is everything. A white Christmas in Kentucky!? Maybe.
God knows all about timing. In the book of Galatians, the apostle Paul talks about the coming of Jesus.
"But when the time had fully come," Galatians 4:4 tells us, "God sent his Son..."
I've no doubt the snows will come to Kentucky. They've been here before, and I've relished their beauty and the joy they've brought.
Just like God's grace. I've seen it and felt it, experienced it daily. His timing is always perfect!
And when the snows come, I just might give that old treadmill a try!