He worked through the rain. Up and down the ladder. Got soaked.
I checked on him often, though I tried to stay out of his way.
My task was to putter about the house. Funny how the simplest things bring back the sweetest memories like this little screen door that always reminds me of the last Thanksgiving when our family was all together. That won't be repeated until Glory.
It was so gloomy that I declared it not too early to put out the harvest lights.
This was only a test... You can see the difference in the wood color from where the windows once sat and where the new window will set.
I finished my utilitarian runner made from mattress ticking on one side, painter's cloth on the back and some gingham edging. I had some fun with creating an easy quilting pattern. Prior to this, I had used lots of linens none of which fit the space. Now my mind is filling with all those sorts of places that could use a tailor made piece — the top of the fridge is next!
Still checking on him... No pressure, Honey! In fact, he is taking the weekend off and perhaps Monday, too.
Have a lovely weekend... any projects you'd like to discuss?