Happy Friday, y’all! Friday is one of my favorite days of the week (still, even retired) and my usual rotation of Friday posts – finished objects, Cheers! and TGIF – are always fun ones to write. I did finish a dress this week, and I have a solid plan for new cocktail (once I can visit the grocery store on my own), but for this week, it’s TGIF!
Thinking about … zippers and buttonholes. in other words, taking my sewing to the next level. a level that even has me thinking about a mostly handmade wardrobe. Marc has been super encouraging about my sewing (he offered to drive me to Joann’s this week to buy thread … crazy, but I’ve already used up a whole spool! … and he even went inside with me!). Now he wants me to sew things with a closer fit. I told him that a “closer fit” would require skills I don’t have. He said I should find a class … or just try on my own because “how hard can a zipper be?” hummm… how hard can a zipper be?
Grateful for … my early morning reading time. I started this reading practice a few years back to read the pages for my weekly small group meetings. Like I shared on Wednesday, this is the time when I read the books that I want to highlight, note and savor. These books have added a new dimension to my reading … and my life.
Inspired by … this video (shared in this week’s church newsletter).
Fun! Lydia turns 50 on Sunday (she’s the baby in this generation) … and we are throwing her a little party to celebrate!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!