Monday, July 30, 2012

Tasks Accomplished

It was Monday and yes even those of us who are retired still experience Monday.  It is usually the day I chose to do such chores as change sheets and do laundry.  On top of that I wanted to do a little in the Tin Tee Pee and quilt. 

Well, I got it all done!!  Laundry, house cleaned, wonderful lunch, painted in the Tin Tee Pee and quilted for almost 3 hours!  Lunch was ribs, fresh corn on the cob, watermelon and cantaloupe.  YUM—my ribs turned out beautifully!

Marti received her quilt today and was as thrilled as I was with it!!IMG_4021IMG_4025

Michael baled our hay, had a flat tire on the baler—found another tire to replace that one and still managed to get it all baled and in the hay yard.  Hay is done for one more year.

A productive day in Montana.

IMG_4078Sunset last night.

9 comments:

  1. My goodness, you guys did have a full day. All kinds of stuff done. The quilt is beautiful and I'm glad Marti loved it.

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  2. that is amazing, Janna, I haven't had a day that productive in a long time. Amazing

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  3. Your quilt is just beautiful. Love the stitching!! Yes it was a productive day in Montana.... not so much in Wisconsin. We had company most of the day, but sure had fun sharing stories and laughs!

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  4. Janna, I don't understand how you get so much done! Well, I guess you take advantage of all the hours of daylight, instead of taking an afternoon nap. :) That quilt is totally gorgeous.

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  5. The quilts look terrific for sure but your lunch sounded even better.

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  6. the quilt is beautiful, Janna!..what a treasure to have such a keepsake!..Marti is very talented as you are with the longarm machine!

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  7. You sure get a lot done in a day. I want your energy.
    The quilt is beautiful and your quilting brings out the beauty. Hmmm, maybe I should sell my long arm and just send my quilt tops to you!

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  8. Great looking work with the quilts. I don't know anything about quilting but I do know that creating them takes a lot of work and some great imagination too. Well done!

    That the hay is baled for another years leaves Michael with a bit more time to complete the mini Tin Tee Pee renovations, right?

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