I guess, even with the leap day, February is very short and March is here and has brought some lovely weather followed by some really horrible weather. On Saturday it snowed a lot and Edward went to a party up in Big Cottonwood Canyon. We went to fetch him him at 10.30 at night and I hope I never have to be more scared than I was driving up there with snow on the road and no sign of a plough! We were slipping and a sliding sideways some of the time and were very lucky not to slide right off the edge into the creek or into oncoming traffic. Coming down was not as bad as going up but was still not fun!
It was much nicer on Sunday and Gary got in some good skiing, while I pottered around at home.
My resolutions are going ok. I have not succumbed to the 10 for $10 chocolate so I have another $40 to give. I have decided I will give Jan and Feb to Oxfam. I have always supported them and the great work they do.
I looked for a dummies book on Analysis, after remembering that that was what I had failed - not Calculus - but it seems that there is no way to explain it to dummies or idiots so I will give it a miss for the time being and my topic will be Spinning. I haven't found a book on that either, but I have found some hopefully good online instructions that should at least get me started.
On the Crafty Threads 'n' yarns forum we have Hope as the theme for our March Quilt-a-long (QAL from now on). I suggested dragons, but that wasn't chosen, so I have suggested it again for April - I like dragons! Hope is a lovely theme but I am still hoping for some inspiration to hit.