Tomorrow is the first day of buck hunting in the State of Pennsylvania. All weekend trucks and cars have been going down our road, and most (it seems) are full of hunters on their way to the camps.
We'll host our own camp here; we have two hunters coming this afternoon to spend the night. Tomorrow morning I'll be up early making a huge breakfast before they head out to the woods. Then it'll be time for me. The company I work for, like a lot of businesses and schools in this state, gives the employees the first day of buck hunting off as a paid holiday.
Sherry at Prairie Moon Quilts has a Weekly Challenge where she concentrates on a specific project and tries to finish it up that week. She has a really good quilt blog, and I'm especially interested in it because she is also working on The Farmer's Wife Quilt. Like me, she's behind. A kindred spirit! So I'm taking a cue from her, and I'm planning to get five blocks done this week. It doesn't seem like a lot to accomplish, but things just seem to be crazier and crazier around here; and right now, five blocks may as well be 105.
I also have a baby quilt to finish and a tablerunner - both of which I started at the quilt retreat two weekends ago. By this time tomorrow, I hope to be able to say I finished something!