There is a line in one of my favorite movies, John Q, where Denzel’s character tells his son, “It’s never goodbye; always, see you later.” This was very true in my mind this past weekend on Saturday, as John and I loaded up the futon and moved it to Wilkes-Barre, PA, where our dear friend, Corey has moved to. He’s only 3.5 hours away – not a long drive at all when you think that I don’t mind driving the 6 hours to see my friends in New York. All the same … Corey – I hope everything works out for the best, and I’ll be seeing you soon, for sure!
Sunday was supposed to be productive, for me, in the sewing department. However, once I looked at the empty space in the bedroom where the futon had been, I decided to move the bookcases and books from the craft room to the bedroom, along with the easy chair. After doing this, I decided that the craft room was a horrible mess, and that I should probably clean it before doing any sewing. Well, by the time I was done cleaning and organizing, I was exhausted. So, no sewing. But later this week, while I’m off, I need to get John’s drawers (Civil War undies) finished and the pattern parts for his Civil War pants cut out. I feel as if I keep putting it off, but no; I just couldn’t sew in such a cluttered and dirty room.
I was also going to have pictures of my February Lady Sweater that is finished, until I realized that I think I left the buttons for it at my Mom’s house. Again … maybe later this week.
I just feel like there is so much to do and no time to do it. But alas, I know I will feel better next month. There are only three weeks and a day until I leave to head up to New York to see Tina and go to W.O.O.L!
For now … I’ll leave you with some kitty cuteness!