Yesterday I was sort of having a meltdown about a work situation that's sort of out of my control unless I want to find employment elsewhere. I went looking on the Internet, and nothing out there sounds any better. I found some scheme where you can make $1000 or more working from home, then scrolled down and found it would cost $157 to purchase the instruction kit. So, bad all around. I guess the Man beats me in the misery department today, because he found out he's getting his second IRS audit in about five years.
While I was feeling sorry for myself, I was gazing at my first quilting creation from last year, picture repeated above, and found--mistakes! Colors out of sequence! I guess you could say it's an Amish approach to quilting--they deliberately sew in a flaw because humans can't achieve perfection. How could I have lived with it for nearly a year and not notice?