Decided to do just one post for the month.  Even though it was low-key, and not counting various doctor and vet appointments, we managed to stay busy.

Per usual, I spent the first week or so finishing up the studio clean-up.  All of my containers (but 1) are now see-through or see-in and over the last few months I have given away at least 30% or more of my "stuff".  Everything that's left, has a place.

In between yard work and his own to-do list, Dave installed the new light in our master bedroom closet.  So pretty...
I love Amazon!

On the art scene, I have managed to start pulling the Scrapalooza squares together...
what I consider as plain 6" squares on the left (no stitching/quilting)
 stitching added to all seams, quilting as I go..
quilted and trimmed to size

...and eventually they will all be stitched together and I will only need to finish off with a binding!

Attended the DAFA meeting, where we made new nametags, practiced needle-felting, learned a Chinese knot, and made a flower from zippers.  It was fun and we laughed a lot!
 I made a nametag for Reid as well, since she's in rehab for her knee replacements

 he's a little dorky, but I liked the needlefelting

April says "Hi!" - she provided all the materials for the name tags

At the end of the month, I joined up with friends at a funeral mass for our friend, Flo. It was sad (for us), but she was 88 and went in her sleep, so I am grateful for that.  We went out to lunch afterwards so we could talk and take our time.
 Lu and Connie

 Carolyn and me

Suzanne and Lisa

And now I'm getting entries ready for the Dallas Quilt Guild (some of my finished mini-quilts and block challenge) and the DAFA art show in March.  Paperwork, paperwork.
Block Challenge - Home Dream Home

And, as always, Mr. R takes everything in stride...