I'm a solid third of the way through Project Indigo:
I started out great guns Friday evening...I made little appetizers which were thin sliced French bread, brushed with oil and a Tuscan seasoning, toasted, then topped with lightly grilled mushroom slices, and finally thrown into the oven with Fontinella cheese slices on the top that needed to melt. Yum! And I served it for dinner with shrimp bisque. (I was too lazy to make the salad, and the hubs didn't care either way if he had one.)
After dinner, life got in the way, via my neighbor calling earlier to say she had sent her hubs out for wine, and why don't I come down for a bottle...er drink. Oh sure, I'll run down for a a glass of wine. I got home at 12:30 and fell asleep on the couch.
So, the big plan was to play dessert chef today....nope. Instead, I spent the afternoon in the studio playing on the computer and watching sappy romance movies on the On Demand. It was 4:30 when I finally hopped into the shower.
After dinner, I was obligated to work on Project Indigo. Dear daughter phoned and invited me to brunch tomorrow, with a stop at Chartreuse (the shabby chic, once a month, designer's co-op staged in a big old barn in Buckeystown). And I've got a Groupon for the two of us to paint some pottery, so we may wind up doing that afterwards. Doesn't look like there'll be much going on in the way of stitching tomorrow.
I need some serious motivation if I'm to get anything done between now and Thursday--which is the day we head up to Hershey, PA for the quilt show. Woo hoo!
Until then, I hope you are all making progress on your projects, and if not, that you've got some damn good excuses and are enjoying whatever it is that you are doing.
Paco looks like he needs me to vacate the studio and head for my bed....much more comfortable than his (note the little tongue hanging out).