"Today isn't real! Do whatever you want."
This morning, a friend posted this on her Facebook. After all, today only happens once every 1460 days. So, maybe I can ignore it. Ok, no school today!
Today, we will prepare for my daughter and my only grandchild to arrive from the west coast. I will make banana bread, prepare wasabi sesame crusted salmon for dinner, and have a long overdue visit with an old friend. For a good part of the day, the deep recesses of my mind will be pondering my plans for the month of March. To be realistic, it's going to be very full. Visits from two of my out-of-state children, a class to teach, quilt group with my lady friends, and the opening of Art Quilt Elements 2012.
Looking back on February, I am pleased with what I accomplished.
-Bound 5 quilts
-Finished 2 quilt tops
-Took 2 tops to be quilted
-1 pillowcase for my daughter
-Finished twelve bamboo paintstik panels
-Started the "Overlapped Mountain" quilt
-Continued working on 3 other quilts
My plan for March is to simply keep doing what I'm doing. When I have time, I work (play). That's it. It is also time to prepare my taxes, and I have wedding invitations to work on for my son's wedding this summer...more on that later.
Here is the first panel of the "Overlapped Mountain" blocks. There are 3 here, I have 2 others done, and 3 to go. Then I get to mull over ideas for the center square.
Here are the bamboo Paintstik panels. There are 12 of them. At the moments, I'm thinking about a set of placemats.
I think the most exciting thing about welcoming March is that I will go into my closet and pick another pile of something from my stash for a new project.....Happy Leap Year :)