Wednesday, February 1, 2012

A Little Jet-Lagged

Arrived back in Israel on Monday evening, and have been hit with a minor case of jet-lag. What to do at 1:00 in the morning, when my body thinks it's daytime? Start something scrappy! I mean major scrappy. I've basically decided that this is the year I will USE IT ALL UP. If you have scraps from 3 decades of quilting, you know what a challenge that can be. But I feel that I'm up for it. The stash has taken on a life of its own, multiplying in the darkness of the fabric cabinet, to the point of embarrassment. So everything that's big enough to be cut into 2 1/2" strips is going into this one, and everything smaller will probably become part of a new Spiderweb. Haven't done that one in a while, but it's so fun, and even the littlest pieces of fabric will work.
Miss Menucha did very well on her own in my absence. Doesn't look like she starved. And the house wasn't the disaster I feared it would be. She's not really into cleaning the house, but as long as she cleaned the litter box it's fine with me. :)
It's good to be home. And eventually I'll settle back into the right time zone!
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1 comment:

Roxanne said...

Glad you're back home safe and sound. I think fabric has a way of multiplying in the dark too. Wishing you much success in in reducing your scraps.