03 February 2020

15 Minutes & Schools In

Mo headed back to school last week.  She wasn't too impressed with her home group after being with the same kids for 3 years they've made a big change and this year each home group class is made up of senior school from year 10, 11 and 12.  She managed to land in a class that didn't have any of her friends in it.  At least home group generally is only 10 minutes in the morning, though she had to spend her whole first day (her birthday) in home group.

We took her out to dinner after the first day of school and she was a bit quiet to begin with but then brightened up as the night went on.

Things seem to have settled down with her by the end of the week and she is starting the power on with her studies.

I have been stitching like a mad women all week to try and get the top border finished of Springtime Romance, its done and attached to the quilt there is a progress picture in my previous post.

Block 8 can be downloaded for free for a few more days.

I've now started on the bottom border which features an open book.  I think it is starting to look like an open book.  It will probably take a couple of weeks to finish but I really need to get on with it.

Well its been a 7 out of 7 week this week I really can't slow down until its all finished.

Head to Kate's to see how everyone else has got on.  


loulee said...

7/7 is great.
Back to school is never fun.

Kate said...

Glad that school sorted itself out by the end of the week, but it is a bummer to spend your birthday without any of your buds around. You've been motoring along on Spring Time Romance. I was going to say maybe you'd get it finished by spring thinking April, but then remembered spring for you doesn't start till September/October. So you've got plenty of time!