Not Much

Not much to report from Near Philadelphia. Let's see what I can rustle up:

  • I did find a new foot doctor who not only didn't keep me waiting, but actually cared for my toenails without being asked to do so after he had dealt with my presenting problem. He's a keeper.
  • Someone has asked me to help with a secret quilting project. I was honored to have been asked but haven't made a lot of progress. I'm hoping to do that this weekend.
  • We're heading into the Birthday Season, where we have five in the space of two weeks. Six, if you count Joe's remote sister.
  • The second round of Lady of the Lake blocks is due in another week; mine are about half finished.
  • There are three pregnant teachers at the school where I work. And you know what that means. Considering possibilities. First one is in progress.
  • Had a period of panic when I realized my Fitbit hadn't synced in six weeks; an on-line "chat" resolved the problem and my lost steps are all recovered.
  • And I didn't find a hat. 


LizA. said…
darn -- and here I thought for sure you were going to tell us about the hat that you found.....
Quiltdivajulie said…
Good luck with your birthday season. Our's comes in May ....

Funny clipping about the hat!
Barbara Anne said…
Love the bits and bobs of news and wonder where in the world the hat was found. I have all of my hats so it's not mine.

Our birthday/anniversary month is April.

Hang onto your hat for all of the birthdays coming up in your family! :)

howdidIgethere said…
But did you LOSE a hat? Inquiring minds want to know.
Quilting Nonnie said…
Thanks for the recommendation on the book. I teach blind and visually impaired children. This one sounds intriguing and a venture into something creative and new in the genre. I've already put it on my Kindle.