Hi everyone. Welcome to the travel addition of Building Blocks Tuesday.
As I mentioned in my last rambling post, I am in Connecticut at the moment visiting my grandmother. She is imprisoned (or so she tells me) in a rehabilitation facility for a few more days. She can't wait to break out, but I must say that I am really enjoying just sitting and talking with her. It is a marked change from my life at home which is really just running around from one activity to another. My only quiet time, which I value and hoard, is my sewing time. Here, in rural New England, it is a different way of life, especially so for the elderly. It is quiet and slow, not frantic. My DH would have totally gone bonkers by now, but I am soaking up every blissful minute of relaxation (being kid-free may have something to do with it too).
The weather is a bit different here too, which is fun for me (probably because I get to leave it in a few days). This is the view from Gram's window.
Snow, lovely snow. I packed up all the winter gear I never get to wear at home - my nice wool coat that I bought several years ago for a one-off trip to NYC in winter, my snow boots that I wear for 1 week every year when we go skiing, and two long scarves, one of which I bought over 10 years ago and it still had the tags on it! But check it out, isn't a cool scarf (prepare yourself for a rare photo of me (selfie!))?
I know those of you who live in colder climates are probably rolling your eyes at me right now. I imagine by late January, you are sick of this weather and feeling a bit of cabin fever, but I've been tramping through the snow every morning, loving the enormous foot prints I leave (mine are the only ones out there too). I may even make a snow angel one morning when no one is looking.
As you may have guessed by now, I have no new blocks to show you. I brought my hexagons with me and have been basting a few here and there while Gram is in therapy, but other than that I haven't been doing much but chatting. I'm always interested in what you have been working on though!
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