A little update on this mornings post, it has snowed 8" in about 6 hrs, and it is still snowing.
Heavy snow fall this morning just as the commuters have to hit the trail, I am thankful I do not have to get out on the roads. This morning started out nice and warm, then just about 6:30 it started snowing very heavily. After all it is winter in Idaho, I heard on the radio this morning that a few homes in North Idaho, have collapsed from the weight of the snow. They must not be built like they use to, I lived in North Idaho as kid we always had heavy snow from November to late March, I never heard about any roofs caving in.
I had plans to swim this morning but looks like it is best to stay home and sew. I am working on UFO's that I came across during my deep cleaning at the beginning of January. I have several projects going at once I am currently finishing a Block of Month "Thimbleberries Pansy Park" I refer to as my M & M quilt. Me and 2 other friends Mary Ann & Marlyn decided to do it together as a way to stay connected after I moved. The three of us each furnished the other two with the fabric for the next block each month, the idea being when we finished we would have identical quilt blocks.
There are a total of 12 sampler blocks, each block has it's own challenge at piecing. I had finished 8, the remaining 4 were cut out and waiting, they have been waiting for 2 years now. I think it is time to get it finished.
In the evening I am still quilting the frienship star quilt, "Working through the Blues".
I also have caught up on a BOM Mystery quilt offered by Claudia's Quilt Shoppe
So it is not like I don't have anything to do on a snow day.