Another sabbatical looms….

Healing is moving right along; one of the hardest parts is not being able to pick up my grandchildren.  The other is….  While my mind is fairly sharp, I’m not in any rush to get much done beyond cooking, minor cleaning, and some game-playing be it on my phone or slightly good old-fashioned Solitaire on my computer.  I am doing some minor edits on The Hawk, about two chapters being reread per day.  But when I’ll get back into writing is unknown.

These are from squares cut for a quilt I was going to make my eldest.  Definitely a project for 2017....

These are from squares cut for a quilt I was going to make this year for my eldest daughter. Definitely a project for 2017….

So with that, I’m taking a break from the blog.  Can’t even say I have much to share with sewing, although yesterday I pulled out some scraps to make a couple of Christmas placemats.  (Or maybe coasters, if sewn together the pieces aren’t big enough.)  This surgery took more from me than I imagined, and I don’t wish to rush my recovery physically or mentally, especially as Advent approaches.

Hopefully by mid-January I’ll be back to my usual self, aching to write fiction as well as blog entries.  In the meantime, enjoy your post-Thanksgiving weekend and may great peace and joy wrap around you in December.  Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah to all!


2 thoughts on “Another sabbatical looms….

  1. laura bruno lilly

    yep, we’re on the same wavelength (which happens alot 🙂 )
    will probably write my own ‘break from blog’ post once we get back from MI.
    glad to hear you’re mending AND not sneaking in picking up your grandkiddos when noone’s looking! HA!

    BTW: finished that whole cloth quilt, just have to launder it and dry it to finish the ‘experiment’ aspect of its construction. will keep you posted for sure.


    1. Anna Scott Graham Post author

      Looking forward to seeing that new quilt!! 😉

      Nope, my grandkids are looking elsewhere to be up in arms, ha ha! I just don’t seem to have the mental energy/heart’s desire to do more than is necessary. Funny how our brains take care of us when our bodies/souls are in dire need of recuperation.



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