That pretty much describes my last week. I stated quilting on the second bird quilt and hated the quilting on the bird. Let me back up. It wasn't the pattern, it was the way the thread looked. It was too heavy and seemed to be laying on the surface rather than sinking into the quilt. So I decided to rip it all out.
Easier said than done. What took me 15 minutes to do, took three day of off and on working at it to get it all out. During those time when I was sitting and picking and pulling and snipping and picking, (you get the idea) I thought that it was time to do something with my out of date website. And so I began to do that when no matter what combo of user names and passwords I used I couldn't get access. Finally after a 1/2 dozen e-mail sent to my web host to get the information I resorted to calling them. Lo and behold, I was using the right user name and at times when by change I combined it with the right password, I still could not get in and neither could they. So they reset everything.
Mind you I am no better at setting up a website than I was when I did it originally a little over 4 years ago, but the web host has made the process a little simpler in that time and if you are interested you can go visit http://www.juanitayeager.com/ to see.
In the mean time, my eyes will be glued to the NCAA tournament games. I am a U of L fan, but don't have much hope of them advancing too far along the path. My ears I am reserving for the slew of audio book I checked out of the library yesterday.
Now that Rene is back from almost two weeks of business travel, we are going to the Winter Park Art Fair on Saturday. The weekend promises to be sunny and in the mid- 70's. GREAT.
I will take the camera and give you a full report.