I didn't have a perfect week on the stitching front. With all the extra stuff going on with working from home, I almost missed a deadline for personnel reports. It took the better part of an afternoon and evening to finish those. I was too wiped out to stitch once they were done.
15 minute days/week = 6/7 days
15 minute days/April = 10/11 days
15 minute days/2020 = 92/102 days
Success rate = 90.20%
Even with the day of no stitching time my success rate is still over 90%, so I'm still on track with my goal of stitching 85% of the time. You can link up at the bottom of the post and share how your stitching week went.
In celebration of Easter, here's some clear signs of spring we've seen during our lunch walks the last couple of weeks.
I think these are crabapple blooms?
Definitely red bud blooms.
I'm pretty sure this is Bradford Pear.
I don't remember what this is, it's the ground covering around our rose bushes.
I haven't had time to figure out what these are, they were growing in the median at the end of the street, but they sure were pretty.
That's been our view of spring. Please link up below and share if social distancing helped you find more time to stitch or has it just been a distraction?
|1. Loulee (Manxgirl)|
2. Julie in GA
|6. katie z.|
7. Quilting Gail
8. Shasta @ High Road
12. Nana Handstitching Blocks
14. Christina's Handicrafts