My month in the U.S. is drawing to a close. It's been pretty wonderful, in between some stressful travel days here and there.
First up, Texas - we got vaccinated immediately, the Johnson and Johnson "one and done". Such a relief to finally be vaccinated.
I brought Charlotte her butterfly quilt:
I sometimes joke that in this house, every quilt is also a dog quilt (I don't mind).
I also brought them their Christmas quilt. I tacked back the binding over several evenings. Kaela is real pleased with it so that makes me happy:
I gave Noelle and Keenan their Christmas quilt too (no photos!) - I think they will enjoy it!
Next we went to Massachusetts and Maine and I will blog about that next.
Right now I'm finishing up my extra week in Texas, nursing a bad head cold (ugh), expecting a negative result from this afternoon's COVID test.... and David is already back in Japan quarantining in the apartment. The bad news for me is that Japan just added Texas to "the list" and I will be put into a government designated facility for the first 72 hours of my quarantine. Fun times ahead (not).
I'm packing some provisions to supplement what is bound to be a difficult-for-me food situation during those three days. I expect a lot of fish and mystery items, but I also expect I will have a water kettle to use (standard in Japanese hotel rooms). And wifi! Please let there be good wifi!
So, I will blog again in a few days, during my "hotel jail" time. ;).