I've been making trees all weekend. Yesterday it was mostly the cutting. Today, it was making blocks. All day. Except for a little break to do some house cleaning.
I'm making 48 blocks and I think I have somewhere around half of them done. I like the way they're turning out and I could have gone on sewing, but my neck and shoulders had other ideas. One of the voices in my head said, "Enough with the trees already!"
So I stopped and made zucchini nut bread. Yum! I think I posted the recipe on my blog awhile back if you're interested. I'll probably take a loaf to work tomorrow with some cream cheese to share with the gang.
While the bread was baking, I went to bed with a good book. I was feeling awfully lazy and seriously thinking I did NOT want to stop reading to write my blog, but I kind of got a second wind. Talking about bed, though, reminds me of something I wanted to ask you. Is it abnormal to have a couple different sets of sheets in different colors so you can change them out to go with your quilts and/or the season? 'Cause it seems perfectly reasonable and natural to ME, but some of my coworkers were teasing me the other day. I think I read a similar question on someone's blog about a year ago and it was about half and half whether people had more than one set of sheets. So, tell me: How about you?