Hanging in There

I hope your Xmas was less hectic than mine. Xmas is a time for relaxing and enjoying the company of your friends and loved ones. This little fellow shows what a number of my days felt like over the past few weeks but from here I am positive it will go up.
Don't get me wrong, I had a top Xmas with my youngest son and his partner home from Norway. I also had delightful visitors who helped with the cleaning up, while Paul and my son did the majority of the cooking. It's just that I feel as though I have been chasing my tail all of the time. However things are now slowing down and so I hope to get back into my quilting...although I do have about ten pairs of pants to hem:) but I'm almost there.

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