I hope everyone is safe and keeping busy with your crafting during these trying times.
One thing it has taught me is that I would have no problem being a hermit. When this first started up the beginning of March my daughter grounded me. I have health issues so she wasn't taking any chances. I have always hated shopping so not a big issue for me to be in the house and my yard all day. I haven't been out since then. She does the grocery shopping and any other errands that need to be done outside the house. She also grounded my husband but he doesn't go out much anyway due to health issues. Our weather here in Montana has been a great help with social distancing because even though it is April we have been getting snow at least once a week and it has been COLD. They do say that this week and the foreseeable future should be warmer and just rain if any precipitation at all.
The upside is all the crafting time I want. I get up and do all my chores in the morning. Usually by 10am I can sit down to stitch or diamond paint. For some reason my knitting and crocheting bugs have left the premises.
I had a bit of startitis earlier this month. I started 4 new HAED's. I have also resurrected a long ignored HAED.
All of my stitching are Randal Spangler art work. He is my favorite artist and his draglings are just SO CUTE. I am doing what I call #YearofSpangler. So far I have been able to stick to is as I have so many of his charts and most of my WIPs are his.
First new start is Midnight Stories. This one seems to be an obsession right now. I started it on 3/5/2020. On 4/7/2020 I had a page finish and I haven't slowed down since.
Then since when you are reading Midnight Stories you get the Midnight Munchies.
Then I Sailed Away.
Well I've rambled on enough. See you soon.