I've been doing a little sewing:
|sent from iphone; small pic; sorry!
I'm working on a row quilt, as it turns out, because I have no pattern. I'm just adding a row at a time, building this quilt as I go.
Last night I put in a row of pinwheel blocks.... oops... not a pinwheel. I just love my seam ripper. ;)
I hope to put in another row today, trying a disappearing four patch block.
My messy sewing room. Avery (4 year old grandson) opened the door to my room during his last visit. I heard a loud gasp and then he yells "Grandma, the dogs have torn up paper all over your floor!" I had to admit to him that this is my mess. I dream of having a pretty sewing room one day. The first thing I want to do is to get rid of that CARPET.... everything sticks to it and it is so dirty. I spent a lot of time looking at sewing rooms on Pinterest last night. Oh my! some of you have sewing palaces!! I don't need the palace... I just want my room to have a functional layout; a floor that I can sweep; a rolling chair with room to roll; and a storage system that I can follow. Think, think, think... maybe I will come up with a plan soon. But first, I need to clean the room .... ouch.
Hubby and I have jumped on the low carb band wagon for a few weeks. We tried it years ago when the Atkins diet was so popular. It wasn't nearly as much fun back then, because we didn't have Pinterest. There are so many tips and ideas out there, and I am truly convinced that cutting out sugar and possibly gluten, has helped my chronic pain issues, tremendously.
I love taking pictures of my food... I figure it will serve as a file, or sorts, for when we need ideas of what to eat. Do you see biscuits in the photo? Yes, these are low carb biscuits, made with almond flour.... one carb each!! Hubby loves them.
We really like this low carb quiche that I made back during Atkins days, too. Easy to make and yummy. Hubby, of course, is losing weight faster than me. I have lost approx. 10 lbs in almost a month. I'm not complaining, but I seem to be on a plateau already. Any low carbers out there? I'm open for advice!
I leave you with a picture of the creek that runs beside our house. Thankfully, our house sits on a hill, but this is what happens when we get a lot of rain in a short amount of time. It has happened numerous times in our ten years of living here, but it is always fascinating each and every time. I always think of the old saying "if the good Lord's willing and the creek don't rise..." It gives the phrase a whole new meaning to me when it floods. :)
I'll be back soon with pictures of Brinley Kate, I hope!