Happy Monday to you! We got more snow this last week and on Saturday I ran by one daughter's house to pick up a new book I just got. This is what I saw when I pulled into the driveway-all the kiddos(plus their dad)was out creating a wonderful Igloo. It was huge-about 3' tall and big enough for several to get in. It only took them an hour or so.
On a side note, the book I picked up is called Choose Joy by Sara Frankl and Mary Carver. It is the story of a young gal who battled a chronic disease that causes horrendous pain~however in the midst of being homebound, she still reaches out and touches lives. Mary Carver was one of Sara closest friends and each page is filled with her insights while watching Sara live life to the fullest. It is a new release, but I got it on Amazon. I do plan on sharing it with others.
Today, I'm off to run errands in a bit and then hope to hit the sewing room. Yes, I am still trying to finish up my individual blocks so I can begin stitching my rows together. I also have a block I'm going to do for a quilt for a WWII veteran to receive in April for the Honor Flight. I also have sewing with the grands this week; I've left the choice of project up to them, so it will be fun to see what they've chosen. It's cold here today, a mere 19 degrees. I'm so looking forward to visiting Ca. soon so I can enjoy some warmer weather; I'm not thinking it will be much warmer, but even 40 degrees sounds pleasant. I hope you had a great weekend and that today will start a joy filled week.