After dinner I may get the borders cut or I just may call it a night and focus on blog reading. My back is a bit sore from two days of sewing so giving it a rest would probably be a good thing.
Our daughter and son-in-law got another short DVD from Guatemala of their son. He's definitely growing, and still as cute as can be. They are still waiting on the preliminary OK of the DNA test from the US embassy. That's a 45 day minimum process so it may be another 2-3 weeks before all the paperwork moves on to the Protectorate General's office of the Guatemalan government.
In the meantime our daughter-in-law continues to send Sophie pictures at least once a week. She is growing like a weed and can't be left alone for a minute because she is rolling all over the floor. Her favorite position is to be held up on her legs and feet - I think she may turn out to be an early walker that leads both of them for a merry chase.
1. Another Mariners sweep!
2. Another empty plastic bin
3. Another cool day
4. An air conditioner for the longarm room
5. Strawberry waffles for dinner