Well, yesterday at the doctor didn't go well. Not that anything went bad. There wasn't any bad news or anything. Just, nothing happened. The doctor looked at my wrist and said he couldn't do anything. It actually was more convoluted than that, but that was the basic premise of his side of the conversation.
Because of the drive, I didn't get any sewing done yesterday. Some people can drive all day and come home and do things. I can't. Though I love driving long trips, it just wipes me out. The great thing about that long trip is that I was able to mark places in Spinning the Tides that needed to be reworked into YA while Vince was driving. You see those layers of colored paper? Those are different rewrites of the same story. I count 4: blue, pink, yellow and white. And I'm starting a 5th. Most of my novels have less. Some have more!
Today, I put together the pieces of the Kaleidoscope into blocks (except the corner pieces). It took a lot longer than I anticipated. Tomorrow, I'll work on the quilting of the LibAmish. I'll try to get that black background of the center all finished so I can go on to the outer border. It's the first night of Hockey Playoffs, so I have a pizza waiting to be cooked. We'll be busy watching hockey every night for the next few weeks.
Here are some pics of our drive yesterday. The University of Maine has made a to-scale of our Solar System that stretches from the Presque Isle facility to the Houlton facility. I hear Jupiter weighs well over 300 lbs. And Pluto is there, but only a few inches big and very easily missed. The Sun is one whole wall in one of the buildings on the UMPI (UMaine, Presque Isle) campus.