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Sunday, January 11, 2015

Galaxy-Gram! Rest, Walk & Stitch!

I had every intention of making this a wordless Sunday post,  but knowing me as I know me,  and as YOU know me, well,  it would be a cold day in Arizona before that would ever happen!

Today has been wonderful-

Some computer work to catch up, some laundry to catch up as well,  a lovely long solo walk in the sunshine while my dad was busy with a pickle ball match, a home made lunch, and loads of hexie stitching with my feet up wipe watching some tv. 

Loving the Roosevelt's series  that was on PBS. I missed it back when it was airing and dad had it recorded. We've made it through 2 episodes,  each 2 hours long. Too deep to do all 7 episodes back to back so we've also settled in to a White Collar marathon on Netflix.

I needed this day to be just what it is---I can't remember my last Lazy
Sunday.

And this evening promises to be much of the same. Nice!

14 comments:

Debra in Ohio said...

Enjoy your free time relaxing and being with your father. You deserve it. AND it will replenish your soul!

Mary said...

I watched some of those episodes, it was fascinating learning about them. Not sure if we made it past two. But that Teddy was something.

rusty brillo pad said...

Oh wish I was there, would you like a picture of all the snow we have? just kidding, enjoy yourself you deserve it.

Shelly Mac said...

You are a week late if you were looking for cold here. Be glad you missed it. Enjoy your visit with your Dad, sorry I missed your classes. Maybe next time.

Anonymous said...

I'm inAlaska and it's totally freaky to see oranges growing on a tree.

Sue in Scottsdale, AZ said...

I'm glad you are enjoying our sunshine and we are having decent weather. Last weekend was a bit different and it was COLD and dreary (at least by Arizona standards). Enjoy your family and I wish I could have been in your classes. Maybe next time!

Kathi Kraftyzales said...

I am in Deep South Texas and we have ora des, grapefruit, and lemons on our trees.

Kathi Kraftyzales said...

I am in Deep South Texas and we have oranges, grapefruit, and lemons on our trees.

Mary Ellen said...

The Roosevelt series is wonderful. I hope you get through it all. It's well worth it.

badputts said...

How wonderful, Bonnie.... enjoy your time relaxing with your Dad! Love all of your pictures!
Betsy Davis

magistra said...

Ummm, could someone fill me in on Pickle Ball? I have no clue what that is. And does anybody remember "Teddy" charging up the stairs in "Arsenic and Old Lace"? Haha, one of the best bit parts ever! Cary Grant was hysterical in that movie 😄 magistra13 at yahoo dot com
Beth

Esther Olesen said...

I love your pictures from Arizona, speciel the cactus they remember of visit to Segura park, Tuscon in september last year.
Kind regard from Denmark I love your scrap patterns

Dana said...

Arizona looks so warm and inviting! Bonnie, are you doing a leader & ender project this year? I remember you mentioning something a couple of months back but can't find that post... Thanks!

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