I didn’t mean to disappear but last week was different than I thought it would be. The 3 grands that live in our school district were here 3 days and then they went to school for 2 days, and now, in person schools are already closed again because Covid rates jumped way higher in our town. Our schools will be doing virtual learning for a while.
My husband made a last minute and unexpected trip to his parents in Arkansas. He is home now.
Anyway, the theme of 2020 seems to be plans change at the drop of a hat.
So, here is my new to do list - notice the repeats of the meals because they didn’t get cooked last week.
The empty circle doesn’t mean anything- I’ll write something in it later.
➡️➡️➡️link for a new mask style ⬅️⬅️⬅️
My daughter asked me to sew this style mask. The pleats are vertical instead of horizontal and it’s supposed to fit looser over the wearer’s mouth.
I made just one and she tried it on and thought she liked it better so I’ll sew up a couple more this week.
And if you follow this video and pattern, the mask is fine but she says 2.6 inches and 1.8 inches 🤔 ( not exactly how Americans do fractions). So I just got as close as I could. The video maker normally uses metric. And I lengthened the elastic to 7 inches instead of 6 as specified.
Speaking of masks, this is how my daughter is keeping up with her family of 5 and their masks - who ever imagined we would need masks organization? But we do!
The bag is for masks that need laundered, I think that’s a great idea.
My husband picked these beautiful peppers and scrawny radishes this morning. So I’ll be processing some of them this week.
And last week was so weird, so I worked 2 puzzles, with a little help from grandchildren and Nina.
This one was a really nice puzzle with big, sturdy pieces. I think it was a handmedown puzzle as when I buy puzzles, I buy mine at Dollar Tree or Walmart and this was a much higher quality one.
Hope you all have a good week.
I’ll be staying home until virus things settle down in our town
❤️ Rhonda 🏠