Hello my lovelies. I hope you’ve all had a good and productive day. In my quest to use my waking hours wisely while enjoying my last few days with my Sarah at home, we set out first thing this morning for her dental appointment. Most of my regular readers will already know that Sarah passed her driving test yesterday and insurance has been arranged for her to drive Miss Daisy. So we headed off to a 9:10am dental appointment. We didn’t have far to go and plenty of time to get there in good time. After the dental appointment I made up another errand in the next town. So we headed off to purchase some new curtains for Sarah bedroom. Sarah has been busy redecorating her bedroom in between sorting and packing all the things she holds dear. You’ll be very glad to know that we found the perfect curtains to match the wallpaper which I chose. So our little journey out killed to birds with one stone; Sarah got a little experience driving our beloved Miss Daisy and I got some lovely curtains. I’d call that a result.
MISS DAISY GOES TO THE DENTIST
Once we got home, and I must stress that we made it home safe and sound without committing any offences, I had a well-deserved cup of coffee and a very delicious lemon muffin. Soon after I headed to my sewing room to start longarm quilting Pat’s quilt …..
I even went on to load quilt #2 of this pair of quilts. I hope to get this next one done tomorrow morning.
After lunch tomorrow my road will be close to motorised vehicles because the Tour of Britain will be riding past my house. I’m not sure if I should be excited about this event or not. Part of me thinks it’s good and the other part of me thinks it’s a pain in the bum because it means we’re on lockdown for at least four hours. I’ll let you know how it all went when I next post.
At the moment all the residents of Happy Longarm Quilter Manor are counting down the hours. Thursday is U-Day, Operation Taking Flight has finally arrived. I’ve taken you all on my rollercoaster ride of emotions over the last couple of years. I’ve been preparing my Sarah as well as myself for what’s to come. It’s time to re-invent myself once again. Another stage of our lives has arrived. I hope to pass this test with flying colours. You will read about all my escapades over the months and possibly years to come. I’m not going to let the empty nest syndrome beat me. And I have no doubt Sarah will enjoy every minute of her adventure at university.
So it’s been another interesting day in my little world. And I have no doubt that the next few days and weeks ahead will prove interesting as well. Are you packing your teenager off to university this week? And are you coping? Let me know what’s going on in your world.
So for this evening, this very happy longarm quilter will be doing some hexie work. I hope you have a super cosy evening doing something you really enjoy. Until you read me again,
Happy stitching. ♥ ♥