My Saturday was spent:
...working on the "Raw Edge" quilt. All the pieces are cut and the sewing is set up for maximum efficiency. Squares becoming blocks, blocks morphing into sections. This quick pattern is currently my favorite in color and design.
... in the stadium watching the Wayland Pioneers pass, run, tackle and 'yard' their way down the field to their first win, 23-26. We enjoyed perfect football weather; overcast skies and 61 degrees accompanied by a slight breeze. Eating junky food, drinking Route 44s and sporting t-shirts proclaiming our allegiance we cheered and stomped the Pioneers to a victory.
...attending to personal enhancement. A pedicure ranks as a special treat. Pretty toes are just...well, pretty. There was a time I treated myself quite regularly when the procedure consisted of me, a technician, a clipper and polish of my choice. It cost $10. The pedicure has turned into an event including leg and foot massages, vibrating chairs, a cocktail and a price tag of $35. Pretty toes are still nice, even when painted by my own hand.
Throughout the day domestic chores such as laundry and lunch and dishes were also accomplished.
Take a moment, reader, and share with me how you spent your Saturday.
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