Life's been pretty hectic since we got back from Wells. It's really weird, we have to proceed on the assumption that everything will be going ahead, but there's still this niggling fear in the back of our minds that it might all fall through. We've filled in countless forms for the solicitor, hunted for countless papers that should have been filed away and hadn't been. We've made heaps of phone calls and list after list. And I've started going through drawers and cupboards sorting them out. So now the dustbin is full and I've got two big bags of stuff for the charity shop already. Ah well, the clearing up is a useful job even if does all fall through.
Thankfully all the tablets I've been taking for the last few months seem to be having an effect at last, and my old energy is returning. And not before time. It's so good to be able to finish a job without having to sit down for a rest every half hour or so. Let's just hope it lasts, I've had many false dawns over the last couple of years so I'm being cautiously hopeful.
There's not much sewing going on as you can imagine, so no pictures for this post I'm afraid. I am working flat out to finish a lap quilt for my father-in-law. He seems to have decided that he doesn't need to put the central heating on now that he's on his own, so the house is like an ice well. When he's watching television he sits wrapped up in a blanket, so a quilt will be warm and cosy for him. Hopefully I'll be able to get the top finished today and then quilt it tomorrow so he can have it by the end of the week.
So, off to work I go (hey ho, hey ho).