quilt labeling

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Work: Dump, Broccoli Soup, Kiwi


 Work:  We managed to get two loads to the dump today even though it snowed.  Construction seems to leave extra unusable pieces around as well as the fact that we don’t have garbage service here.   So a load of each was removed today.

And the tanks are now in the ground, waiting for the lids to get finished and the dirt to be put back over the top of them.   Progress is progress, even when slow.

And because it snowed, it seemed appropriate to have a thick broccoli soup

Kiwi, the parrot, is enjoying extra special attention, of which he never seems to get enough.

This quilt with the hummingbirds was a 90th birthday gift made for a neighbor, who never had the opportunity to use it.   She went into the hospital on her birthday and sadly did not recover.   So I took the original label off and now it can go to someone in need.

So this weekend included a bit of this and that which is now done.  However removing the quilt label is the only one that was on my check list.

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  1. I’m glad that there’s progress on the tanks! It’s been a long time coming, and I’m sure you can’t wait for it to be finished.
    Your soup looks like a good, stick-to-your-ribs kind of soup – perfect for a snowy day! Our first snow is possibly coming on Friday – but that can change by then… My go-to soup for days like that is either pea soup or a hearty tomato / macaroni /ground beef mixture. Add some grated cheese to the second one, or add cheese biscuits… Yummy!
    I’m sorry to hear that your neighbour passed – although it’s probably happened a bit ago. At least someone else will be blessed with the quilt.