It is a light gray sky with a steady rain. The perfect day for blogging, reading, napping, drinking coffee and being in the studio...4 out of 5 here since I have to drive 10 minutes to get to my studio, but I did bring the jockey home yesterday to sew down the binding since I was not sure if I'd return today.
I found these clips in a drawer yesterday that I had forgotten I had. I don't like using pins and I'm finding these more comfortable than the office clips I typically use to hold binding down.
I took advantage of the warmer weather and was in the studio for a total of 23 hours working on 2 quilts + 2 hours here at home today. I didn't do any zentangles, weekly photography, or textile experiments or learning curve. Other business energies were spent submitting a bio, images, and talking with a grant writer of a local non-profit who is aiming to extend outreach workshops to seniors living in nursing homes of which I'll teach 3-4 sessions if the grant should come through. My mind has been all over the place with ideas of what would be interesting and fun to do with seniors who might be facing some physical and/or mental challenges.
On another note, what is the difference between kombucha and apple cider vinegar? I had a bottle of kombucha a few days ago and I swore it is nothing but apple cider vinegar. The bottle I had, had ginger in it, and the kombucha wasn't as fermented as vinegar, but taste wise, they are siblings if you ask me.
Next week: I need to complete paperwork, embellishing and binding The Mid-Wife, 2 sleeves and Digital Quilting. The photography and zentangles I'm moving to the first of Feb. to start.