We moved 3/4 of the way across the country this summer. The girls had a short summer with school ending at the end of June. They were at camp the last week of June/first week of July. Their grandmother that was visiting us in June ended up in the hospital 2 days after her arrival and was there for 25 days. When she was released we had her for a few days and she flew back home. Two days after she left they started packing our belongings and the truck was loaded few days later.
This is my first quilt project in our new home. The top is 90" x 110"
I'm glad I finally got around to making it. I bought the fabric over 2 years ago.
Do you remember Aesop’s fable about the Grasshopper and the Ant? The industrious little ant worked all day, every day preparing for the days ahead of him. He was always prepared and never stressed. The grasshopper was a procrastinator. His motto was ‘Why work today when I can wait until I need it tomorrow.’ I try to be that ant and plan ahead, however, deep down inside, I'm a grasshopper. I keep revealing that about myself as I work on projects, have laundry to do or maybe even a lesson that needs to be prepared and I'm off having fun, procrastinating and putting off until I have to do it.
Today I am a grasshopper.