Thank goodness for sunshine! I think someone was watching out for my state of mind and delivered the first day of Spring when I most needed it.
Yesterday I spent the whole day fighting with my computer. I had recently bought Microsoft’s most recent version of Office for the Mac and was all excited to draw up the diagram for the Toybox children’s quilt that so many of you asked about at the Quilter’s Anonymous Show.
Well - I don’t think I ‘m alone when I say I wish they wouldn’t mess with a good thing! Last week I spent quite a bit of time drawing the quilt diagram and writing up the construction notes. Saved it, moved on to something else and came back to put the finishing touches on it yesterday.
Lo and behold, the colors of the quilt diagram and all changed - willy nilly, no rhyme or reason. What used to be red was now lavender, what was blue (to resemble the marble fabric) was now white with little blue polka dots.
Needless to say, I was ready to throw things and my husband looked for places to hide. This morning I remembered that I hadn’t junked my old version of Word and am almost back on track.
However, in the meantime I woke up to sunshine this morning . . . lovely! We’ve been needing it. It snowed here in Belgium too, the week after Easter. Yes, I know Easter was early but snow that late? Yuck. Except it looked so pretty.
So after a bit of housework, another hour of Toybox and reading my emails - I headed outside to weed for the first time this year. It was lovely and one thing led to another when I thought it was a good time to clear off my potting bench and found 100 daffodil bulbs and quiet a few tulip bulbs that never got planted. Yikes. They were actually sprouting and one was nearly ready to bloom.
What the heck - into the ground and various pots they went. It will be fun to see how many materialize and if we still have daffodils in June . . .
Now, it’s back to that computer . . . for a good fight until the Toybox pattern is complete
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