A change in plans

I’m home! I was supposed to stay and quilt one more top, pack the car, take another hike, and meet Chris for dinner yesterday but the weather forecast for Saturday night into Sunday morning called for rain, snow, and a wintery mix so I made the decision to pack it in and head for FL rather than have to drive in that mess. It was a good plan because we had a beautiful sunny day for our drive and again, Finn did great – 10 hours in the car and no crying or barking. However, he was much less patient about being in the pen while I packed up in GA and then unpacked the car in FL. Lots of whining and some barking but since there was no one else to help, he had to deal with it. 

The plan for this week … my first priority?

Tax prep and getting it off to the accountant – ugh!!! It may not look like it from this photo but the tax stuff is fairly organized. I have to print some statements, answer some questions,  add up some deductions, and  make copies before stuffing it in the envelope and mailing it. I know I’ve mentioned it before but this really is my least favorite time of year!

Then as time allows – binding, walking, playing with Finn, and shipping the quilts to Mom and my Aunt. 

7 thoughts on “A change in plans

  1. Penny G

    Glad you made the decision you did and very glad you are home safely. Taxes are so complex – hope that everything is at your fingertips and that you don’t have to search for any inputs.

  2. Linda in NE

    Tax time isn’t anybody’s favorite time of year….well, maybe it is for tax preparers making money off it.

    I don’t think we’re supposed to get anything out of this latest storm. All north and east of us. I’m so ready for Spring!

  3. Jeannie

    Oh yeah, Mary, hear you on the taxes. Much more fun playing with Finn. He’s such a cutie.

  4. Florence

    So glad you are safely home!! Wish Keith could have been with you. We are anticipating 18″ of snow Tuesday — cant wait!!

  5. Camille

    Tax time is always stressful. Getting everything ready is a treasure hunt at our house. I want to thank you for identifying the pantograph you used when quilting your quilts. So few quilters do that and it is very helpful!

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