This week in Review

Last night was week 3 of the rag quilt class – what a fun class! and all the ladies are doing so well.  Two of them already finished their quilts and there is still one week left!  They still have to clip all the seams, but the sewing is done.  Sure makes me want to buy some more flannel and make another one for myself…they just go together so quickly.

What I have been working on is a new project – go figure 🙂  I’m making fish bowls!  I put out an APB to get some fish squares so I have quite the collection now.  So, I think that brings me to 4 projects on the go…

You know, one of the draw backs of driving is having to keep the car drivable.  Two weeks ago I had my snow tires put on, turns out I will need to get new summer tires next year, as one of mine has a warp in it, and of course you can’t buy just one, so at least two it is…then, shortly after having my snows on I notice the one is almost flat!  Turns out it had a siding screw in it…no idea where I picked that up.  Fortunately I took it to the shop and they patched it up.  Sheesh, hopefully that’s all the problems with it.

So I was sitting at my computer this morning getting ready to type up this note and I couldn’t figure out why Ella (the kitty) was so intent on being under my computer.  Well I moved the box that was sitting between my desk and the file cabinet and low and behold a small furry was in there.  I have no idea why there was a field mouse upstairs by my computer, but maybe he was trying to mate with my computer mouse…Of course in behind the filing cabinet he went…

And so did Ella!

I left them for awhile, not wanting to be there when she caught him…which she did…good kitty!

Well I can’t say mouse would be my first choice for a meal, but I do love Falafels.  Yum, the basics of them are ground up chickpeas with cumin.  Mix it all up and then either fry them or bake them.

Oh, remember that homemade pizza I told you about?  Well, while we were making the dough we put some aside and put it in the freezer.  The other day we took it out of the freezer, let it thaw, put it in the toaster oven and tada! we had bread.  It wasn’t a very big loaf, more of a tester, but boy was it good…

Happy Quilting!

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