As I shift into high gear, after a bout of the blues and laying in bed for days, I have cleaned, organized, and changed things around a bit in the home. Jay and I despise change. I think it is embedded in us to leave things as they are and get stuck in a rut. I for one get to moving and don't want to stop. For instance, I have three totes with projects and fabric in them, I will not rest my head today until those totes have been sorted. Period. It is the last thing on my list and it is going to be a chore. I will go in the living room I think to do this so I can spread out and see what is what.
The only finish I have had so far this year is the Marine Emblem. I am so proud of that. I am close to being finished on a couple of projects, but let me show you some of my fabulous finds and deals. A friend of mine, Charlene, and I went to the food bank down town on Thursday. It was bitter cold, but we stood in line for almost thirty minutes to get some groceries. It was worth it! Jay made some chili with the kidney beans and added diced tomatoes, onion and we had fritos. On our way home we stopped at the Salvation Army and I found this: