It has been a busy week for me, a lot of physical work. I was waiting for my COVID test to turn negative, and restricted to the house, even though I have had no symptoms. Happy now I am negative.
I have spent every day for the past week working in the garage, cleaning it out, so that when I take over the co-chair position of Community Service in my guild, I will have a place to put the metal shelves, with the bins full of fabric for our community quilts, backings, bindings etc. Our garage was always John's woodworking shop. I never really parked in there, it just held tools and wood.
Anyway this past week I was able to uncover the planer and parts, and one of the guys that came to my garage sale last month left a note on my door he was still interested. So I sold that, and the band saw, plus I gave him a belt sander that had issues.
One day this week grandson Jaeger came over and helped me get all the odds and ends out of the garage rafters strips of wood, foam from cushions John made for the boats, and various other "stuff" I no longer need.
We set out stuff in the side yard wood and junk pile, plus added to the metal pile I had out there including the old boat keel and rudder, broken ladders. My side yard looked like this.
What I will be working on this week for Slow Sunday Stitching is my friend Jandra's Boho Bag. I would like to get this done.