We are already mid-way through this month! The days are going by too fast for me!
Cousin P called me, yesterday; her daughter had her baby on Sunday. Cousin's daughter sent me some photos and Baby Boy looks cute, of course.
I had a relaxed day, yesterday. M tended to the garden in the morning and I did a little paperwork, cleaned the litter box, watched the news and some TV programs, and sewed! I measured the quilt top and decided that I could add another row of crumb pieced squares on either side to make the top a little wider.
Late last night/early this morning, around 2:45 a.m., my daughter texted me to tell me that they had just had a small earthquake, measuring 2.9, in Berkeley. Apparently, it was the third earthquake in and around the Bay Area this week! It wasn't a big earthquake, but, Berkeley sits right on top of an earthquake fault and this was another reminder that we live on shaky grounds!
I had another relaxed day, today, too, sewing. I am actually making a dent in my pile of scrap fabric! The only problem is, I don't have much to write about, as a result! The weather has been partly cloudy with daytime highs in the mid-80s. I've enjoyed the cooler temperatures.
I'm grateful for:
- Cousin's daughter had a safe delivery and a healthy baby
- This morning's earthquake was small and didn't cause any damage
- Time to sew
- Keeping in touch with family and friends
- M tending to the garden for me
Joyful activities have been playing with fabric!
Plans for tomorrow include more sewing and tending to the garden with M.
How was your day? What are your plans for tomorrow?