It's cloudy. Gray. Chilly. Every. Single. Day. It's November.
We got a little spoiled earlier in the month, first by going to Colorado where it was sunny and 65 degrees every day. After we got home, it was also warmish and sunny. But for the last week or so, November has been it's old usual self. I suspect December will be similar until later in the month when it will be very cold and sunny right through January. That's "normal" for the north country.
Meanwhile, it's a good time to do indoor things. Yesterday I did a mountain of laundry. Paul had no clean socks left - highly unusual. I read Seven Days newspaper and a little more of Jennifer Chiaverini's latest book Fates and Traitors, about John Wilkes Booth. It appears the Quilters Book Club group has gone moribund because, although the selection for November/December was chosen ages ago, no one has mentioned reading it. I have it downloaded to the Kindle, but haven't started it either. I "retired" as moderator back in July after unsuccessfully trying to get people to participate more. People seemed to want ideas for good reading but not to share their thoughts about what they were reading. At any rate, I'm finding Fates and Traitors really fascinating. Didn't know anything much about the Booth family.
Of course, I've been quilting. I took a break from the orange peel quilt to make some quick coasters in Christmas fabric for Diane, my boss at the historical society. I usually make her something for Christmas and have run through a variety of quilted items over the years. I hope she likes these, made with six 5" squares each. Diane is a peach of a "boss" for a volunteer.
The biggest news is that I finished the Orange Peel quilt yesterday! The sun came out briefly today, so I managed to take some photos...