I finally finished these!
A year back, I found a needle point of Beatrix Potter rabbit at the pay by the pound. The yarn wasn’t with it, but I bought it anyway. Since then many trips later, 2 in particular, I found bags of the wool yarn needed to stitch. The colors I am going with are pretty close to what is needed. That is my latest keeping my hands busy/mind off of things evening work. Still working on the quilt, but I notice the more tired I am, the more stitches need ripped.Point of this story - I can be very patient.
|homemade rhubarb jam on the bottom|
We eat oatmeal mostly for breakfast during the work week. It is easy to make when you’re sleepy. I use it also as a way to get nuts into our diets. This way we get a small healthy portion and it fits in our budget. Our oatmeal consists of a heaping table spoon of jam, a pinch of brown sugar, a pinch of nuts, sprinkle of cinnamon. If I can get a bite of sugar (jam) in the morning, I don’t seem to crave sweets throughout the day. I wonder if that is scientific???
Short post, I think I wore out my concentration on driving through the snow drifts (the down side of farm country).
Until next time, if you can plant your sugar peas, know that I am envious of you.