Sunday, November 1, 2015

Happy November!!! Already??

Ya'll .. I can't believe it is November already!!!
And time for us in the USA to turn our clocks BACK 1 hour :)

I enjoyed the extra hour of sleep for sure!!! But I was still up before the crickets... I will be sad when it gets dark earlier though... I enjoy the long days of summer most!!!

Did you celebrate or partake in any Halloween activites.. we did not... but I had this cute greeting in my feed from facebook.. so I snapped a shot of it to share with you!

Made me feel special though :)

Otherwise I have been working hard on finishing Kimber's memory quilt... I am done now with the borders on the top edge...

And am now marking the long left side of this quilt...
I love the view as I mark though :)  Don't you??

So I plan to finish all the marking and start the stitching of this long sided border... What are you up to on this fabulous Sunday??

I am linking the Border Fun I am having with Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching Linky HERE!

Have a blessed one!  Thanks for visiting :)

8 comments:

  1. I didn't get an extra hour of sleep - I woke up by 5!! and here it is only 10 and I feel like it should be the middle of the afternoon!

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  2. No extra sleep here, I woke up at 3 am and couldn't go back to sleep! I was hungry for lunch at 1030. I really need to try and stay up till 10 tonight so I can adjust. You must be excited to be starting the borders!

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  3. No extra sleep for me. I couldn't fall sleep until 2:00 (old time) and woke up at 7:00 (new time). 😡 Wow, you're making fabulous progress!

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  4. Great progress on your quilt. I finally was able to sleep in today. I actually slept until 6:30 (new time) which is super late for me. I will stay up to watch the Mets tonight to help me adjust. That is if I don't get too keyed up.

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  5. I woke up early too...My body knows when it is time to get up! Great progress on your quilt!

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  6. Ha! The time change confuses our dogs more than us. Lovely progress on your hand quilting.

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