In the meantime, it's been in the 70's when normally we are getting very hot. With Mother Nature hitting the snooze button, we will probably have summer heat well into October. Just in time for the Pumpkin Patch!!
With my back much better as long as I stand up, Cooper and I went for a walk around the neighborhood before plunking down on the couch to finish this quit. This is one of my favorites. Even though it looks black and white, there are many subtle changes in colors from grey to tan. I think that makes five finished and five stacked up to take back to the Arizona Quilters.
One serving of the cauliflower rice with pie-spiced beef and I was looking for something else to eat. Oh I ate it all ... or almost all ... but my Dad was right. It's wrong to put those spices on beef. To be honest, I washed off the last two pieces and gave them to the dogs. They loved it!! Plain old beef tacos were MUCH better.
Today I'm headed off to none other than the Magic Kingdom. With the Elks Lodge just open for drinks, they are going broke quickly. Bingo needs to be started back up, but I don't think anyone has the hutzpah to dive right in. Keeping people separated at the tables is not an option. It's a small facility that would require a lottery just to get in the door. Masks probably and definitely gloves for me handling all the money.
As to the nineteen volunteers, I'm not sure how many will show up. It should be an interesting day.
In other good news, you've probably heard about all the insurance companies giving money back since no one is driving. I pretty much wrote that off since I had just paid National General $2100 for my rig and Jeep (versus $5,000 for Progressive). Surprisingly, I'm happy to say I just got an email from them. How lucky am I!! I am getting a $27 refund on my full year paid-in-advance premium. I might even be able to go out for dinner, or better yet get six tacos from Taco Bell. Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
I spent the rest of the evening digging through boxes and shelves of quilt material, trying to decide which one to do next. I decide ... than discover something is missing. I finally decide again and don't have the pattern. What was once well organized now looks like a hoarder lives here. I may just have to head on out to the little quilt store in the country before starting another project. Oh the elation!! More FABRIC!!