I live for the weekend. My job is a miserable place to be, and I’ve been unable to find a new job. Yet. Several people either quit or gave their notice this past week. I’m so envious. So I just live for the weekends! And I come home every night and try to do something creative to put a positive spin on life.
We started here, on our way to our kayaking destination. I stopped in for another ‘free’ Row by Row pattern, and came home with two new patterns in addition to the RBR and its kit.
Then on to kayaking on the Chesapeake Bay!
There aren’t many pictures, because in this kind of water, my camera spends most of its time packed in the dry bag. I did get a few however. The bay is dotted with sailboats on a beautiful day, and we saw several barges heading up the bay to the port of Baltimore.
There are two lighthouses, one very near our put-in, and one up towards Baltimore.
I never miss an opportunity to take a picture of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Our plan was to cross the bridge for dinner when we were finished kayaking, but we could see that traffic was barely moving, so we motored on in the other direction. We found a new-to-us restaurant and had a delicious dinner.
I have a standing Sunday morning appointment that was cancelled this week, so I decided to take advantage of a free day, and spend the day sewing. I finished 4 mug rugs, and most of a secret wall hanging. I’ll try to get some pictures taken tomorrow to share. I also have two doll quilts waiting for their binding.
And now, I just have to get through five weekdays, and there will be another weekend!
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