It's Monday again, and the start of a week that will make history. Already records have been set for early voting, with some states even surpassing the total number of votes cast in 2016! If this election has done nothing else, it has inspired Americans to take up their right, privilege and responsibility and VOTE!
Go prepared to wait, knowing that the poll workers are doing their best to move the lines as fast as possible. And be kind to them! It's a horribly long day, and they don't get to go home when the polls close. Everything has to be shut down, cleaned up, and packed up before they can leave.
So that's what my day tomorrow will look like. But after that, all goes back to normal around here - with the wonderful benefit of not having to think about our second house! Here's what I have on tap for this week....
1. Finish quilting a Christmas gift quilt for a friend.
2. Decide on a a quilting plan and quilt the reindeer quilt.
3. Quilt a vintage quilt top.
4. Transfer the warranties for the old house.
5. Plan the quilting for the annual quilts.
6. Start thinking about vacation sewing projects.
I've got a bunch of quilt tops ready for quilting, and Jolene is raring to go, once I have the time. I'm kind of looking forward to getting back in my usual rhythm!
We've also got a vacation coming up at the end of November, and since it's close, I'll probably be taking my sewing machine and a project or two! Probably something for the String Therapy series (coming up in January) so I need to start working on kits for that.
Looks like I've got plenty to keep me busy and out of trouble this week - now the question is, what are YOU working on this week?