I have kept up with the hexagon QAYG and prepped a few more last night while watching the Lightning play their game opener. I have 13 completed so far this month.
The last prepped snowball block was completed. I need to cut more parts out today with the Accuquilt die.
One kid dropped off for her last day of Q2 before a 4 day weekend. The other is doing his assignments in his room for the day. I'll plan to log into work for a couple of hours, I have a first production run of data this morning that involves a major programming change I implemented in October. Just to check and make sure it went smoothly.
One thing we have learned from the chickens is that they produce a variety of shades to their eggs. Once they lay a color- that is the color they will continue to lay. We have figured out Fred lays the darkest brown ones while Molly lays the lightest of the large eggs. Emma and Lily lay the shades in between but their shapes are a little different. These are from the Sex Link chickens - which are a cross breed of Rhode Island Red and White. They lay large brown eggs.
I hope to get some prep work and sewing accomplished today. I think it will be a pink sewing day for me and maybe I can finish up the last bit of clue #4 of the mystery. We will see.