December 7, 2015
Good morning. The sun is shining, but it is still cold, only 39F degrees. However, in a few hours the temperature will be up to around 53 degrees. If I have enough packages ready for mailing, we'll go out to the Post Office later this afternoon. If not, we'll go tomorrow.
I did not do as much as I had planned yesterday. Instead I got caught up with playing on my laptop. Well, it wasn't all playing. Some of it was scrap stuff. But it did use up a lot of my day. I'm not complaining though. I had fun and today is a new day.
Last night, I worked on the pink baby blanket before nodding off to sleep. I'm in no rush with the baby things, as long as they are finished by the end of January. Then I would like to work on an Easter dress. (a baby dress) Next year, Easter is only two weeks after I get home from Florida.
Pretty soon, I'll have to start checking to see what flights will be available to take Pogo and me to Florida for our two week vacation. I'm hoping that all the rain will be over and done by the time we go there. Parts of Florida are being inundated with lots of rain and flooded streets.
I went into my photo archives to find a couple photos of the beautiful winter morning sky. This is one of the things I miss by not working. This first photo is the daylight creeping across the sky before I would head home from work. The second photo is the sky on my way home from work. I think they are just beautiful.
I don't get a very good view of the sunrises and sunsets from my yard because of all the tall trees. My best view here is looking straight up. Of course, I could go down to the nearby schoolyard and take photos from there (if I weren't so lazy!).
I have another Christmas QP for you. This one was made using an assortment of Christmas kits from Kyra at Russian Dutch Heart Designs. I hope you can use it. Enjoy!
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There's not much news this morning, so I think I'll take my leave and get started on a few things around here. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.