BUT, I was thinking this morning while I was swimming that I wish I could let the person who did that piecing know how much their work tickles me and will make my living room more wonderful. And I wish I could know what stuff of mine that I have donated and given away has made someone else happy. I made and gave away hundreds of dolls and teddy bears. I'd love to know that some of them have been loved to shreds. My brother saw a thing on Reddit the other day from a Mariner fan about some treasured piece of swag he picked up at Goodwill. Last week, I took two giant bags of premium Mariner swag to Goodwill. The reddit thing is a coincidence. But wouldn't it be great to know that a never opened boxed bobblehead that I donated went to someone who truly wanted it?
I wish there was a way to track stuff and hook up with the people who got it and loved it like I do this piece of fabric. That would just be fun.
So, yes, there will be sewing today.
At some point, I want to get over to Uwjimaya (the Japanese grocery a few blocks from here) to see all the fun stuff they have out for the Lunar New Year.
I am, once again, coming to the end of an excellent audio book - Thomas Perry's A Small Town. This time I have more good ones in the queue but still, I'd like to hang with the people in this book a little longer. I want to know what happens but I don't want the story to end. It's a classic dilemma. I think I can squeeze two more nights out of it. (I really only listen to my audio books at night, in bed before I go to sleep.)
Before the sewing starts, I need to get dressed and hang up my wet suit and take a load of garbage and recycling down to the dumpsters. I think I'll get on that now.