Let's see, where do I begin?
little flood in my quilting room. Well, it's ballooned into a larger project than anticipated. I decided that since we were going to be repairing drywall and replacing carpet anyway, we might as well take out this closet. The previous homeowner used for her personal tanning bed.
(Really?? Who has their own tanning bed? Melanoma anyone?)
I've never really liked the closet. It isn't really necessary to the room and it just takes up valuable space.
Luckily, I was able to finish my Sparkle-Punch quilt top before then.
I've sampled them all and the most tasty is definitely the apricot/mango. It's so good, I'm thinking of entering it in the county fair. I think it's a winner.
And finally, it's that time of year again. It's demolition derby time!
It's a family affair for us. This year we talked mom into coming and she cheered just as loud as the rest of us.
There was smoke. There was fire. All in all, a pretty exciting evening.
Believe it or not, this smokin' beauty was the winner.
But, the highlight of the evening was definitely the junior derby. These little dudes stole the show.
Mason wanted so badly to be down there with them. Next year, Mason, I promise.
I'm also excited about a fitness/nutrition bootcamp I've started teaching. I haven't taken any photos yet, but I'll be sure to post them here when I do. I've only got about 5 ladies coming but I like it that way. A small group allows me to give more personal instruction. It's nice to be putting my certifications to use. I haven't trained anyone but myself since I left California.
I've also been working on another project, but I'm keeping it under wraps for a while longer. Once I get it up and running, I'll make the announcement here.
Well, it's now almost 1:00 a.m. and I've got yoga at 7:00 a.m., so it's off to bed for me. But first, I think I'll have a midnight snack. Anyone else up for some toast and jam?