Oh, this whole stay at home business is getting old!
And yet, as businesses start to open up,
I am concerned about what will happen in the next few months.
I consider myself lucky in that both my children can either work from home
or have been furloughed.
My daughter works at the Mayo Clinic
and has been told she will return to work no earlier than August.
She has found, however, that the economic impact is rather negligible.
No childcare to pay for,
no after school activities like gymnastics and swimming lessons,
no fast food lunches for her husband since he now works from home.
The moral of this story is that since we are all so isolated,
we feel perfectly safe gathering as a family on a regular basis.
I cherish those gatherings!
But those don't happen everyday,
sew I stitch!
I am doing mine on a taupe background
and dyeing all my own wool for it.
Boy, am I going out of my box on this one.
Although most of my work has been with wool,
I did manage to bind a panel quilt for my son and his wife.
Back to my stitching!