Well it doesn’t really matter that I’m late with my Sunday Sevens as no one really knows what day it is as the moment!
I thought I’d change the title and add #isewlated too as there will definitely be a different feel to my Sunday Sevens for the foreseeable future.
Everyone is struggling as they adapt to a new way of life. Hopefully it won’t be for too long, although I image it will be the back end of summer before we can have some sort of normality back into our lives. And have real life sewing meet ups! I really miss you guys, but aren’t we lucky having our social media to keep in touch! And sewing to keep us sane!
At work it’s business as usual. I say usual, but definitely not normal. It’s actually a relief to go to work and have some social interaction, and the public continue to be amazing with the support and encouragement we are receiving, which is a real morale booster.
This photo was taken Sunday Evening – the night I posted my last Sunday Sevens (on a Sunday shock/horror!). The manager at McDonalds gave us all free donuts. It actually seems quite odd seeing a ‘group photo’ now we’re exercising social distancing – this was the night before it was announced.
Monday night I had a ride over to see my fella, and was glad I did as now I’ve no idea when I’ll be able to see him again. With the new restrictions in place my love life is now on hold. Heading back Tuesday morning over the Pennines was quite surreal. The M62 usually looks like a car park at 8:30am.
Yay! I pegged out for the first time this year!
Sewing…. my latest #minervamake … the fabric is super soft, with a suede feeling, and a small amount of stretch.
I dusted off my bike and hit the roads. One of the good things at the moment is the roads are sooooo quiet!
I finished my latest minerva make – another faux jumpsuit. This was taken just before the start of my early shifts, my work buddies thought I’d turned up in my PJs 🙈. With the right shoes and my hair done this outfit I do look less ready for bed!
Oops! I was so shocked to see loo roll on the shelves in my local Co-op I dropped my wine whilst stood in the queue. Luckily there was more wine on the shelf!
I had 2 parcels delivered this week. The left is a gorgeous dark navy/white jersey from Fine Fabrics of Harrogate and a snap fasteners kit and overlock needles arrived from Jaycotts.
Sunset from my Lady Cave
The weather changed quite dramatically towards the end of the week so I was out walking instead of the riding my bike. I’d actually been poorly for 2 days before this was taken – really sick. I don’t think I’ve ever been so sick before when sober! But I lost 3 or 4 pounds so not all bad!
A very green omelette…….
One of the lads at work has a wicked sense of humour and tweaked a photo of Bex and I.
I cut my fringe!
Stay safe everyone
Cheerio for now
Fancy joining in Sunday Sevens or wondering what it’s all about? Head over to Natalie’s blog Thread and Bobbins and read all about it…..