I am sitting here in the lounge with the feet up and thinking about another blog post, of the week’s happenings. Also taking the opportunity to have another play with my little gadget. Don’t know why I call it a gadget, as it’s really a little laptop, and can also be a tablet, and has a keyboard. I am used to using a mouse, and it’s a bit tricky using the “whatever” it is called on the keyboard. (Is it a touch pad??) But after playing for a bit this afternoon, I realise that I can also move things on the screen itself, and have just enlarged it so that i can better see what I am typing. This makes it much easier. Now I have to get used to pressing the keys a bit harder than normal. Hopefully it won’t be long before I get more proficient in using it. And hopefully I will be able to use the hotel internet ok, while I am away to keep you all posted about the trip.
I have crossed some more things from my list, which is getting shorter now. I had been struggling with getting the TSA lock on my suitcase set, but thanks to a video call with a family member during the week, it has now been sorted. On Wednesday I had my last dentist visit, (for now), and the car was serviced. On Friday Pat and I went to Adelaide for the bimonthly Appraisal Panel meeting. (And visited some clothes shops on the way home.) A visit to mum and dad on the way home, and also a catch up with my brother and his wife while I was there. A bit of “jetlag” occurred this afternoon, and I might have closed my eyes for a little while!
This is what I am working on at the moment, and I think it will take me a few more days yet.
This load of straw was delivered to my back yard this afternoon. My garden is sadly neglected, as well as showing the effects of a very dry summer. We have only had about 15mls of rain for the year so far, which is much less than usual. I know we have underground water on tap, but it does not replace that which comes from above. Hopefully I will get to spend some time in my garden when I return from THE TRIP.
And speaking of the trip, I picked this shirt up when I was in Adelaide yesterday. Makes it all a bit more real! It’s coming up fast now. In 8 more sleeps, we are off to Adelaide ready for an early morning take off.
Julie called in today to show me her finished wallhanging that was quilted recently, now that it has been bound.She did a great job on this, and it is a gift for a friend who has recently moved to live near the sea.
I think that will do for now, I will come back later with a few quilt photos for you.
Blessings, From Jude