I'm making progress. Slow, but at least I'm going forward, so that's all that counts! And we're back to Zoom classes online as an SVP EDucator, and I have two of them today! I have a few things to tweak in my presentations, and I'm good to go! It's exciting to get back to it, but it's only going to be for a couple of months, and then we're supposed to be on the road!
We had Monday sewing, and catching up with some people we hadn't seen in a while was great. There's always lots of stuff happening.
What did I get done? Well, there is no sewing going on! I'm trying to get everything put away, which isn't going to happen for a few days. But bit by bit -- it'll get done.
Here's the mess I'm dealing with. This is the empty table that sits in the Zoom area, and it was covered with the leftovers from my free motion quilting class on the weekend.
|A mess from a free motion quilting class|
And now it looks like this.
|Back to normal|
The table from which I do most of my Zooms looks like this. There is some stuff on it from my software class last night, but I'll get that tidied up this morning.
|The Zoom table is clear|
The ironing board is a disaster.
|The ironing board is a disaster|
Most of that got moved or put away yesterday, so only one or two things are left on it.
One of the sewing tables looks like this. A total mess of stuff left over from before I left and some stuff that got added when I got home, and it all needs to be put away.
|A mess on one of the sewing tables|
|Stuff to be put away|
That suitcase is like Pandora's Box. Lots of bits in there, so that's going to take a while to sort out.
|More stuff to put away|
|Customer quilt - DONE|
|Things to take upstairs|
|The box containing my medal|
The road system is all over the place, to be sure!
Well, there's much to be done today, and I'd better get started. You know when I say that I've already been up and at work in most cases! Thankfully, I go from 0 to 60 in no time, and I don't need to work my way awake -- thank goodness for that!
Have a super day!!!!
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