Looks like we're in for a week of cool weather, most unlike our usual February temperatures. No-one is complaining, we're just grateful that the rain has stopped the fire progressing, and now the fire-fighters will be able to get into the burn area and put out smouldering trees. The job isn't finished yet, but Mother Nature is making it easier, thank heavens.
I feel like a wrung out dishcloth; once I recover from the prolonged heatwave I know I'll be going full steam ahead, but right now I'm beat. The garden is too wet to work outside, and I haven't got the energy to shift furniture or anything strenuous, so I think I'm going to concentrate on the handwork on one of my oldest UFOs.
I've been sewing on the Chain blocks in between other chores, every little bit helps. I have all the blocks done, except for the major seams in 7 of the checkerboard blocks, and I may be able to do that this evening.
However, I just may abandon all my plans and put the dogs in the car and go for a walk on the beach. I love the seaside in cloudy weather, and the dogs haven't been for a walk for weeks. The quilting will be here when we get back.....