Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all the Irish. Let’s face it everyone is Irish on March 17th. Any big plans to celebrate? Back in Pennsylvania, I would go to the parade our community had. Then most years went to a St. Paddy’s Day party usually at one of the local churches. There was a big group of friends who went together. It was a lot of fun. Of course corned beef and cabbage were on the menu and lots of green beer. And a multitude of green dyed desserts. We would have a grand time dancing and laughing with friends. Good times, good memories.
This has been a quiet week. Last weekend I was away with my daughter and granddaughter for Alannah’s dance competition. She did very well both in her solo and her group dances. She competed in five dances. Clogging group and solo, hip-hop, jazz, and tap.
We stayed in a new hotel close to the college. My only complaint about the long weekend was there was no place to get a decent meal. Everything was fast food. Not being familiar with the area, we were reluctant to drive too far to search for restaurants. Google was no help either. Daylight Savings Time hit too. It really messed with our timing on Sunday. There was a lot of confusion for sure.
Last week I was visiting a friend in Cary. We had a great time sewing together. This time we mostly worked on hand sewing. I did put a quilt top together while I was there. I have it in line to be quilted this week. I got home just in time to leave for the dance competition.
I got home Monday afternoon. I had left my car at my daughter’s house and when I got back the battery had died. Triple-A came out and jumped the battery and it’s been fine since.
I haven’t done much all week. It took me a day or two to recuperate from the weekend. Each year the recuperation time increases. 🙂 I guess that’s to be expected. I did a short run to the food store. Made some delicious chicken stew. I posted on my blog. Saw a little basketball. I got back to reading the book I started a while ago.
I skipped quilting this week. I was told I missed a wonderful show and tell. That’s one of the best parts of the meeting. Getting to see the beautiful work from all the members.
One of our guild’s outreach projects is making hats for the newborn nursery at our local hospital. I took my yarn and needles with me and have completed 28 baby hats. I am trying to crochet one every night while I sit in front of the TV. They don’t take long to make.
I hope ya’ll have a good week.