It has been a very rough week around here because of the unexpected death of my lifelong best friend’s mother. So, instead of making a lot of progress on my sewing projects, I have been spending time in more important ways like being there for a friend and loving on my family. It certainly is a reminder to never take the time with your loved ones for granted. Don’t miss the opportunities to say I love you and give a hug or kiss. You’ll never regret loving too much
I did spend some time on Saturday in the sewing room though, because afterall, sewing is truly my therapy. I am trying to get caught up on my Lucky Stars blocks. This one is from May. I LOVE it!
And here are the first 5 months together. I’m thinking this is going to look awesome once I have 12 blocks done!
I have selected and cut the fabric for my June block, but realize that I won’t get it done as well as July’s block before I receive the instructions for August tomorrow! Especially since at our house, it is the first day of school. Samuel is now a 2nd grader and headed back to school too early if you ask me. Our schools have moved to a balanced calendar, so they get 2 weeks off in the fall, for Christmas and in the spring, which makes summers much shorter. It’s a trade off that I’m sure I will learn to enjoy. I really would rather take vacations in the fall than in the summer anyway.
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