I'd really like a do over for last week, in just about every possible way. Upsetting things going on at work last week involving some long time and well liked co-workers. The Scientist in Training received some very unexpected and significantly bad news over the weekend concerning her job. Plus the respiratory crud I caught on my business trip was still making me pretty miserable. Thankfully I felt much better yesterday and was able to sleep without a dose of Benadryl before bed last night. Hopefully that means the crud is fading fast. That should make it easier to cope with the ramifications of last week as we navigate this week.
Consequently there wasn't a lot of stitching going on last week. I was hoping to finish off the Christmas Mystery quilt, but didn't quite finish stitching down the binding. That should happen this week.
The only other visible progress was on the Storm at Sea project.
A few more of the blue diamond blocks were added to the design wall. The pattern is starting to show up much better with those additions. I'm hoping to make a start on the purple blocks this week, as well as make some more progress on the dark blue diamonds.
The one bright spot this week was the beautiful weather. We took a stroll in one of the local botanical gardens with the cameras. It's definitely spring.
I loved the blue flowers. The moths were also out and about enjoying the floral bounty.
I've got more floral pretties, but it's time for work so that's it for me this week. Linking up with the typical Monday show and tells.
Monday Design Wall