Merry Christmas from the Seabreeze household. Work wise the lead up to Christmas was very busy, I ended up spending 3 days in Melbourne a day and a half of training and my husband had to work a week extra as he was interviewing people to work in his department.
The funeral was yesterday. I have always found that that time between a loved ones death and the funeral you seem to just go into a holding pattern and you are just waiting. After the funeral you start to breath again and life starts again albeit altered with the loss.
We are in the middle of a heat wave at the moment so we are avoiding going outside unless it is to hop in the pool and pick Maestro up from work. He is getting lots of shifts over the Xmas period so is earning lots of money but he is getting pretty tired.
The pattern for Row 6 has been posted in my Etsy shop. I'm going to try and get the final 2 rows posted in the next couple of days and then work on the instructions for putting it all together with the pieced rows.
etsy shop if you wish.
Sounds like your Christmas holiday got off to a bit of a rough start on a number of fronts. So sorry to hear about your MILs passing. That's hard just before the holiday. Wishing you a very happy New Year!
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