It is a new month and a new color. Dark green is scheduled for May, which should mean polishing off the rest after January was devoted to the lights and brights.
The days all flow into one another right now, with surreal mix of work and waiting. I've rescheduled two of my summer events into virtual work at home alternatives, and so the horizon has lots more of home days in store.
Yesterday we installed a tile back-splash in the kitchen. It still needs to get grouted, but we managed to get all the tile put in with minimal strife. Tile is a lot like quilting in finding just the right little bits to puzzle in.
We are still getting a beach walk in everyday. They will probably open up the beach parking soon which will mean that everything will get crowded for a bit.
Hopefully we can avoid crowds by going out first thing in the morning. If not, it should calm down after the initial rush. Restaurants are set to open on Monday with 25% capacity or outside seating. Again, I think I'll let the rush die down. Still waiting to see what the infection rates in Georgia have to say about the wisdom of opening up right now. I'm happy to keep staying inside an playing with green fabric some more. I've dug out the green 2 inch squares to use as leaders and enders while I sew more face masks today. I've had a couple of requests for smaller sizes, so I'll play with little bits of fabric and make more scraps for later.