It has been a fun, happy, busy weekend! I made a stencil I really like to use in my Art Journal. So far I haven’t finished with it yet, but it is showing promise.
I also started whacking away at the two dozen or so blogs I have written about our wonderful, historic Lone Fir Cemetery. I started simply copying them, then realized that with just a little tweaking, there is a story there about Portland’s history that could be worth telling. I am currently paddling in some very deep water, and enjoying it very much.
There was also a delightful surprise purchase from Jehnee Rains, who runs Suzette, our nearby Creperie. Since she has has greatly reduced business for the ten months of quarantine, she is selling a lot of her catering supplies to raise a bit of cash and simplify her life. Auntie Bridgett saw some ‘bee’ themed bottles she wanted, and I saw cookie cutters, so we threw on clothes some and walked over.
I now have these great beauties to play with, and the cookie dough mixed for delivery to Auntie Katie and the cousins.
I also found a map of Portland I was sewing on last winter and ran out of inspiration for, which is looking more promising now.
I feel like I’m gunning my engine at the starting line, and can’t decide which race track to run first. I need to take a breath and focus…. or not. I’m sure it will all work out.
Having fun, thinking stuff!
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I’m not ignoring all your fun, active entries. I don’t always comment, as just reading and seeing your posts is full of interesting activities. Happy Monday, Miss Jude. Still staying at home with my nurse, John. Venturing out in the neighborhood is not much fun with a walker. I do walk around inside the house as a part of my exercise routine.
Hey there, woman,
It is always good to hear from you. I know getting old is a pain in the… well, everywhere, but you have good care and good friends who love you dearly. You don’t need to comment on all the posts… just knowing you are on the planet makes me happy.
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