Was the thought I woke with this morning.
I could tell that the year was moving on by the look of the wooded are at the back of my place. Each morning as I open the blinds at the window and pull back the blinds I can't miss the greening of the growth. I noticed that there is a magnolia tree in the woods, but it took the zoom lens on my calendar to bring the blooms into focus
The Nile Lilies, I believe they are called is sending up stalks with heads that will burst forth in purple blooms soon. That will make me happy seeing them from where I stand to iron.
I've been working on replenishing my small quit inventory as I look forward to the upcoming local quilt shows I plan to vend at. I used my hand dyed cotton to make this piece with a narrow strip of commercial cotton.
I conducted my first small group workshop in my studio space last Tuesday. The sleeping chair went to my bedroom. The Love seat and the pots of plants to the garage. I did not move this stuff myself. I had the grandsons do that and bring in the four, four feet fold up leg work tables.
Just as I figured, four is definitely the maximum I can handle when sewing machine are involved. I enjoyed the day and hope my students did as well.
I am off to Port St Lucie on the Atlantic side of the state next week to teach.
Love that part of Florida.
I plan to get started on a large watercolor painted piece tomorrow. Will let you see my progress.