The first week of September and such unusually cool weather to start the month off high of 72 yesterday here at home and down in the low 50’s at night. I had the windows open all day and I’m so used to it being warmer in the house at night that last night as I sat down to write up my post I thought I would be much more comfy for the rest of the evening in my winter flannel pajama pants – so I changed first and then sat to write and my legs warmed up nicely – maybe I should have had jeans on yesterday instead of Capris?
On Tuesday after I took a photo of the new star EPP project I did continue to work on it for awhile and then finished it up yesterday – this is one out of 54 stars to do – all well be scrappy – star one of Round We Go – I might try to press those little ends under that are sticking out at the points for neatness.
And then as if I hadn’t had enough of EPP I got my neutrals back our for Handful of Scraps and put together another section for the neutral row.
And this is where it stands now.
In between hexies I have given the desk tops a second coat of varnish, as well as the door side that faces the hallway and the trim around it. Got my exercise done, answered all my email, read part of a book – the newest JD Robb Secrets in Death – I must admit I am hooked on this series of hers and have been for years. Knowing that the 3rd year in the series of Outlander is coming out next week makes me want to re-read all of the Outlander books (by Diana Gabaldon) as well LOL – I have the whole series on my kindle so I don’t have to hold those heavy books – that is one of the reasons I use my kindle so much – so much easier to hold then the heavy books! I do believe I got a bit done yesterday.
What have you been up to? Have any of you read the Outlander series? I think it is getting to the time of year that I need to finish up the crochet sweater shrug that I started last year and never finished – maybe I need to take a little time off of hexies and do some crochet for a couple evenings instead. It is almost to the time of year to use it.