Three weeks it has taken to be able to function. I have struggled to do things only to end up back in bed again. My balance is still a bit precarious but I am pushing through. Shame the universe is pushing back! Now we have another lock down. I went up to Toowoomba only having to turn around and drive back again. My booking on the barge was on the next day and there was no room for me. So, I locked everything in the car and parked and then carried as much as I could to get the barge home. At the last minute they said "get your car we will get you on somehow." So, now I am home. With all my sewing stuff and my car and locked up for the next few days. I had stopped overnight at our townhouse, which was right in the middle of the hot spot. But, I had heard that there were positive cases of students so didn't go out. I am so glad that I didn't. I even skipped breakfast so I wouldn't have to go into any cafe.
It was a lovely drive up the range and so nice to see my friends, even if I had to come home again. I had set this weekend aside to work on my donation quilt for the Embroiderers' Guild so they can use it as a raffle. I have selected 12 embroideries for the quilt and am auditioning the frames. I think I will change some of these fabrics because I will use 2.5" sashing blocks around each frame.
As I have over 300 little squares too sew together I am just going to sit at the machine most of the time.