We had a few glorious days with afternoon thunderstorms at times bringing a torrential down pour, but the last few days the humidity has been hanging in the air like a heavy veil and those dark gray clouds have passed by holding onto those raindrops like an old miser hoarding coins. SIGH.
It makes for a miserable morning walk when the air is so heavy I feel as if I'm gasping for air, not to mention three minutes out the door your clothes stick you. Today the air was stiffling so I took my walking into the gym and the dreaded treadmill, dreaded because I get very disoriented when I step off, but my knees ache so pedaling the stationery bike was not an option.
I did some light garden work a few evenings this week, mainly pulling weeds and picking up debris after the rains, a big surprise for me last week I noticed my yellow mums have rebloomed, this was a
Over the next few weeks I will be planning what to put in my Autumn garden. I don't regret not planting this Spring but I did miss the planning and planting, but after two months battling illness and nuisance ailments that had me at times flat on my back for days I wouldn't have been able to give the plants the care they needed, so my garden budget went into fabrics, floss and other fibers so I can stitch a garden.
|Waverly Inspirations blue colorway|
|Lecein Flower Sugar|
|Friday Bundle Batch from http://www.fortworthfabricstudio.com/|
I placed an order earlier this month with Connecting Threads to purchase some 2.5" strips and silk batting.
The project was listed in June's Florida Quilt Network newsletter and I thought it was a wonderful endeavor this young woman has taken on.