The biggest change is that the dude is staying longer at school, which means no more nap time for him, or his sister unless I can beg someone to carpool with us. I love naps because that's when I sew, so I had a mini panic attack about never being able to sew ever again, and then husband just suggested I set up a work space on the porch. Duh.
We finally settled on this amazing orange and blue print, probably from the 70s, and a nice lightweight denim for the outer and some Alexander Henry fabric from '95 for the lining. I can't wait to raid her stash again.
Then I capped off the week with an awesome Seacoast Modern Quilt Guild meeting in Portland, ME at A Gathering of Stitches. Such a great space, I really hope that I can get up there and use it. And, as an added bonus, our guild president managed to get us a discount at Marden's and we all went on a fabric spree field trip. I was trying to be good, so I only got four yards of fabric and a handful of trims. The whole thing only cost $20!! The lighter flower fabric is begging to be a dress, and the silverware on blue is going to end up as pj bottoms.
And now, we'll see how this week turns out. Fingers crossed that we manage to settle into a routine sooner rather than later.