Our karma for posting all the flower buds coming up in January with bright sun shining days, is biting us in the bum.
There’s at least seven inches of snow in our front yard.
The hummingbirds are furious with me in the mornings for allowing their food to freeze. And while I get to them sooner than later…. It is what it is.
I had a bit of a melt down, and started crying in gratitude, when I heard about the chaos in Horseshoe Bay the other day. The storm caused havoc and BC Ferries cancelled several sailings, leaving stranded passengers, and so many plans in a mess. I was so glad we were not part of that shit show.
My gratitude soars that the hard part for us, is over. We are on the right side of healing. (Forgive me as I do use the “Royal We”. Ken is the main player in all this — but “we” are fucking doing it.)
It is day six post surgery and progress is being made. Ken is to take it easy for another week, and the good news is he can.
My dad used to say, “It’s not bragging if it’s true!” And still, I know I’m bragging when I say, I’m a super trooper! The house is warm, we are fed, chores are being taken care of, nurse Jan is on call, and don’t tell anyone, but I am planning my escape!
When we are finally on a new topic, and Ken is back to his handy and handsome self – I plan on stealing away all by myself for a bit. I’d like to go somewhere nice, with room service, massages, and have some sort of spa day.
Well, a girl does dream.
I am happy to report, that I’m back in the sewing room.
I had an idea and actually made a bit of a plan. So far the quilt is as beautiful as I thought it would be. The only problem with this quilt is …. It is so boring to work on!
I’m making the same square over and over and over. Totally old school quilting.
Alas, I see a pattern here — no pun intended —
I like the process of creativity and life. The product is besides the point.
Lately though, everything we are doing has been a process with the final product in mind.
While we do the next right thing… be it super hard, painful, and at times boring, The end product of good health is what we are really focused on.
Like a pretty quilt, it is a fine pay off indeed.