It was relatively easy to work in 15 minutes of stitching time each day with our relaxed staycation schedule.
It was a good week, I just didn't get in the hours of stitching time I was hoping for, but I did manage more than the minimum of 15 minutes every day this week.
15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
15 minute days/July = 11/11 days
15 minute days/2020 = 170/193 days
Success rate = 88%
I should get in a solid afternoon of stitching. Then it's back to work on Monday. You can link up with how your stitchy week went below.
We really did have a staycation other than the trip to see the SIT. We ventured out only one other morning to a park we didn't know existed for a morning of hiking. It ended up being a nice walk, though it was definitely warm by the time we got done.
Thankfully most of the hike was in the shade. The bees were definitely out in force.
There was just this one yellow wildflower on the trail, but it was popular.
And this is a button bush, though it looks a lot like those pictures you see on articles about corona virus.
That was pretty much the extent of our wandering this week. We were the only ones on the trails. A family showed up for a walk just as we were leaving, so social distancing wasn't an issue.
How's your stitchy mojo holding up with the heat, humidity and the other crazy stuff going on this summer.
|1. Chrisknits |
2. Julie in GA
4. katie z.
6. Shasta @ High Road
|9. Angie in SoCal|
11. Quilting Gail