I get excited about Winter Solstice as I know from this day on this part of the world begins to have longer days and head into the light. We have been so bitter cold and gray, there has to be hope for the return of warmth and color.
I am still looking for my hexie project background pieces, but I discoved that I could no longer put any more green into this drawer. I had a hard time getting the drawer out of the cart! So maybe I am thinking of trees. I cannot wait to see the first sprout of leaf bud. Also, I found a bag with about 6 yards of white (Moda Bella?). Not sure what I got if for, but it is going into the next three projects.
I was planning on waiting until after the Holidays to start the black bear quilt, but as long as I was processing greens I started the bear paw blocks. I am cutting pieces I need for two other quilts at the same time and kitting them up. That will make for quick work when I get to those projects.
I removed just enough fabric so this guy could squeeze himself into a napping spot. Geesh!! It forced me to go clean the bathroom, finish the dishes, and make up my grocery list. Poor Moe is at a loss with this cold and snow - he can't make his usual 100 miles doing the property line patrol thru the day. Even the neighbors say they miss him visiting while on his stroll.
Today my Mom wants to take a bit of a travel so we will head off to pick up a script, visit the post office, and stop for a few groceries. That should be a day for her and then I can go back to my hibernation - and processing greens.