It feels like girls scouts took over my life again the last few days.... I opted to be the Troop Cookie Mom this year.... so I would not get stuck taking over halfway through again. That meant training.... and since it is technically my 'first' year, I had to do both trainings despite having figured out the system.... twice. Sigh. 2 hours on Saturday Zoom, 2 hours on Tuesday night Zoom. I also had a troop meeting on Monday night so that hour (Zoom again) plus the planning for that meeting and the follow up gathering supplies for the next 2 meetings. Last Wednesday was a Zoom leader meeting as well.
No sewing time allowed since that took up most of my non-working and car pick up the kids and drop off to school time. (we live 20 minutes from their school of choice and I shuttle them and pick up - it is worth it for the Cambridge program they are in). Tonight was Aidan's guitar lesson... which was a struggle to get him out of the house to go. Once there, he is fine and enjoys it. Em and I hit Sam's while he was at his 30 minute lesson and managed to get back with 4 minutes to spare! Not too shabby... but there are not many people there at 7:30 at night and we use the scan and go app as we shop so no checkout through the lines. Kids have things for their lunches, a roaster chicken for either lunch or dinner tomorrow night. Other than dropping supplies to the girls for our Christmas card making meeting next Monday together on Zoom, I get to sew! The girls opted to do their community service project for their holiday share the season patch by making Christmas cards to bring some cheer to local hospitals. I called and made sure they would accept them, and the administration said they would and would be happy to distribute throughout the hospital. We will have at least 90 cards to drop off (each girl is doing 10).
The little bit I have done is add some quilting to the flowering snowball block on the Book Club quilt.