I finished a quilt-for-hire last night. Want proof? Here it is, all folded and ready to deliver:
I delivered it this morning. When I returned home, I found my table almost cleared off, just waiting to get back to work. Oh, the possibilities!
What should I do? Should I quilt the border of the yellow/blue Log Cabin? Or quilt the body of the Log Cabin that I want to enter in the quilt show?
Or maybe I should finish some Christmas cards, that I started in December and embroidered last month?
Or maybe I should get to work on my postcards, for the Postmark'd Art exchange? I need to make "houses" and "landscapes". I have my ideas, I just haven't started yet.
Or maybe I should just take a nap.
Unfortunately that last option is the most enticing.
Instead of deciding, I'll watch Pixel. What a silly little dog. She is endearing, in the most round-about, obscure teeny-tiny dog sort of way.
When she's naughty, she hides. If she hides, she's invisible, right?
What? You see me under the chair? Well I'll go under the TV. Then you won't see me!
I suspect she's even holding her breath. In the next picture, her eyes closed and she fell asleep, but it was too blurry to include. Becoming invisible is exhausting, doncha know?
And now I'd better reconsider the possibilities, and see if I can have some fun this weekend. Happy Quilting!
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