E-gads, who'd ever guess that we'd get 67 degree temps here in Wisconsin on March 13th?? I can't remember that ever happening, although I haven't heard (yet) if it's a record, so who knows? I am enjoying this break from our single digits though, I must admit! The snow is almost all gone too, if you can believe? From what I understand, we'll have a few more days of above normal temps and then it'll go back to the normal low 40's where it belongs this time of year.
I sewed this week……amazingly enough and I'll show you at the end of the month. It's just a small swap quilt, so no big deal….(although I do like it.)
Here are the envelopes I sent this week (and thankfully, my little niece finally got the book I mailed out last Saturday). Lord knows what's up with her post office though. She still didn't get the one I mailed Wednesday and she lives only about 35 minutes away from me. I suppose I should be happy she's getting them at all, huh?
And, of course, I read a few books this week. (I should be out looking for new carpeting for our house though, but that's another story.)
THE LOST EMPRESS by Steve Robinson
THE GOOD GIRL (debut) xxxxx by Mary Kubica
MOSQUITOLAND (debut) by David Arnold
(Ever wonder why so many authors have simple names? Me too!!) Anyway, #2 was good, good, good! I could hardly put it down. Check it out on Amazon (I think it was just released in soft cover) or Goodreads to read the reviews. I got my copy from the library. Seriously, I could hardly put it down and finished it in 6 hours flat.
So, happy reading, or sewing, or whatever fills your heart with joy! Have a great week, my friends!