I was asked to come in to teach a karate class yesterday afternoon, and while I was glad to help out, Tuesday is usually my "go straight home after work and don't leave until Wednesday" day. I was determined to sit outside and stitch on my mini for an hour or so, enjoying the autumn sun and warmth, before heading back to town. But when I got ready to sew, I discovered that I hadn't brought my mini home with me! I had taken it to work, thinking I'd stitch a bit at lunch time, but of course, I didn't have the time. I came back in this morning to find it sitting in my window waiting for me.
|Yeah, lots of my kids' handiwork in my office|
Then, as I watched the debate (with my boys, who asked if they could stay up late to watch...not sure where that came from, but OK), I quilted. I try to always quilt when I am watching politics. I need something to help relax me because the spin and the half-truths and the accusations and the pandering really stress me out. Bah!
No political talk on here today. Instead, I'll leave you with a photo I took yesterday afternoon. I was looking for Jason to remind him to get started on his homework, but he had already started. In a tree. I LOVE MY KIDS!