Here's another picture of me hard at work with my lovely plastic make-your-hands-sweat gloves. I have to say however, that by the end of the week, my hands were soft as could be!! I did double and triple duty, as did everyone else, at the cash register, changing gloves dozens of times lest the Dungeon Master tell me for the hundredth time that I just contaminated my hands.
Funny, she never told THESE guys they required gloves!! Food service and all that. I finally told her loudly and in no uncertain terms I was really getting tired of hearing she had food service training. It worked!! I didn't hear her mention it again.
Okay, that's the last of the breakfast burrito pictures. I'm happy to report I'm a very stable person and my stable is definitely intact and healthy.
I made a quick trip to my local quilt store, only to find they didn't have hardly anything at all. That's definitely a plus. I only got what I needed to finish the present quilt, spending a measly $31. Now if I can just remember what I was DOING with this quilt.
Directions are not always very clear and sometimes take great concentration to figure out. Once you do, it's always nice to finish it all at once and not take a weeks break. I had to start all over again and figure out what the heck I was supposed to be doing.
In between sewing and resting, I spent a couple of hours steam cleaning the floors of all the puppy prints and leftover bits of food. They seem to enjoy taking a big mouthful of that home cooked deliciousness and spitting it out on the floor before consuming it. I put a mat down, but they just took a couple steps further to be sure it landed on the wood, not the mat.
Another 106 degree day was followed by a 66 degree night. It should cool down to the mid 90's this week. Interestingly enough, it's hotter here than in Tucson. I hope that trend continues, as I'll be heading out before too long.