|Quality Control Inspection in Progress|
I sewed the additional crumb pieced blocks together, today, and attached them to the quilt top. I spread the quilt top on the bed to see how it looked and the Quality Control Inspector in Chief had to try it out, of course. He complained when I nudged him off so I could pin the border pieces prior to sewing them!
I spent a pleasant day sewing, watching some TV, chatting on the phone with friend R, and video chatting with my daughter.
I cleaned the litter box, walked in the drive way, and started the car. There was a moment of panic when the key remote didn't unlock the car doors and I thought the car battery was dead (it has been over a week since I last started and drove the car!). But, then, I thought I'll try opening the car door with the key and try to start the car and the car started without any problem! The car battery was not dead, but, the battery in the key remote was dead! I let the engine run for a good 20 minutes or so while I walked up and down the driveway. I will call the dealers, tomorrow, to ask about replacing the battery on the remote, but, I don't mind using the key to lock and unlock the doors. I was very happy that the car started!
Brunch was soup, dinner was chicken curry, rice, and the last of the zucchini chutney, and snacks included a slice or two of bara brith with butter at tea time and some crackers with cheese.
Today, I am grateful for:
- The car started!
- Chatting with friend R and my daughter
- Time spent sewing
- Television coverage of world events
- Electricity to run appliances
Today's joyful activity was sewing.
Plans for tomorrow (Monday) include more sewing and a little bit of some necessary housekeeping tasks.
How was your Sunday? What are your plans for Monday?