After a fitful dream of seasickness and high waves (don't ask), I managed to wake up early enough to feel, by 9am, that I had achieved something. The washing was now in the dryer, another load being washed, the dishwasher was loaded and turned on and everywhere had been hovered. I even opened the window I the lounge to sallow some fresh air blow through (well - it was cold so I did shut the door!) So I then set to sewing the binding together and attaching it to the quilt - ready to be hand sewn tonight.
You may recall the famous breakfast soup experiment? Well I decided to heat that up for brunch - let's just say that it tasted how it looks and now I understand where my dream came from! I managed a sip and left the rest! Ah well Heston had to start somewhere!
Next on the agenda was the usual Monday afternoon craft club. I took Daisy as they keep asking about here and the plan was to finish knitting the little yellow duck - started last week. We are intending take our ducks up to Scarborough on Thursday and set them free! It's no wonder that I haven't finished one yet - with Daisy on my case (you turn your back on her at your own peril!)! When Happymum comes on Sunday night I suggest that she keeps her wool well and truly hidden!
When I got home I had a nice treat waiting for me. The book that I had treated myself to - "The story of my day" by Anni Downs - had arrived (yes Sewingbuddy I will bring it on Thursday). Let's just say that I want to do every project! Trust me - you can't always say that about each book! Mind you as I was looking through the book the dogs were suspiciously quiet. When I investigated Millie was trying to look innocent whilst Daisy had half a potato filling her mouth! I think that I know who is to blame for that one!
So I have an evening of hand sewing ahead of me, another box being decluttered and taking refuge from the wind and rain outside - I hope that you are all safe and warm - take care x