A whole lot of not much

I know I’ve been doing things, but I don’t feel like it’s been anything special enough to blog about. ūüėČ

My days are slowly falling into routine, but I’ve been feeling exceptionally lazy. ¬†I can’t even tell you what I did on Tuesday! ¬†I have been reading a bit more, than in the last couple of weeks, and maybe that’s why.

Yesterday was Zumba and it was torture for all of us. ¬†In fact it’s the first time I’ve seen the instructor drip sweat. ¬†The air returns weren’t working properly, our humidity has been high for us, and one of the fans had a short in the plug. ¬†I sweat all the time during class, but this was the first time I dreaded bending over since it would drip off the end of my nose, every single time. ¬† I was starving when I got home at 10:30 and it wore me out. ¬†I ended up taking a 1 1/2 hour nap later that afternoon.

I did get some good mail yesterday. ¬†My EQ7 Dear Jane software arrived. ¬†I couldn’t wait to get upstairs after supper to get it downloaded and play with it.

Dear Jane

Dear Jane

I plan on paper piecing as much of it as I can. ¬†Still not firm on the colorway, but I’m leaning toward the Amish version.


Mister is in class all day. ¬†This morning I’ve spent quite a bit of time in front of the computer uploading photos and creating drop down boxes for my Quilts tab. ¬†But my refrigerator is almost empty and we can just about say “there’s nothing to eat in the house” so I need to head to the store. ¬†Planning on getting back upstairs and hit the sewing machine afterward since I’m very behind in my Civil War Club projects and need to get busy!

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2 responses to “A whole lot of not much

  1. That quilt is amazing.

    So, I do Zumba at home, on the Xbox, but so far I can only handle the 20 minute classes. I tried one 40 minute one and it about killed me. So I can’t imagine going to a studio and doing it. You are a warrior princess!

    • LOL Heather, thanks. I feel like I spend my whole class just flailing around, but I never stop moving.