More comforter knotting yesterday in the church basement. Seven of us knotted three comforters. It's fun to think about where they might end up. First, though, they need bindings. And I'm behind on binding from a previous knotting session.
I find it so soothing to knot with a group of friends. Random chatting. A quiet space. An easy kind of volunteering.
Landscaping trucks have been appearing in my neighborhood, with workers cleaning yards and spreading mulch. Soon new plantings will be showing up.
Sarah came last weekend and did a lot of weeding and trimming. That big rose bush - wasn't totally dead. Once she got to the center there were lots of new shoots. My neighbor wasn't as lucky - it looks like he lost an anchor tree and a couple of bushes from the front of his house. We had such a mild winter with one short cold snap. I guess that was enough.
A new Italian restaurant opened in my neighborhood during the pandemic, carry out only. They are now open for inside dining as well with an expanded menu. It's a dream come true, easy pick up with good choices, lots of parking, It's easy to find something for dinner as well as a great salad for lunch the next day. Amazing bread. Reasonable pricing.