- room tem·per·a·ture
- Room temperature is defined as a comfortable indoor temperature (68 to 77 degrees Farenheit).
- An example of room temperature is the temperature of a cup of water that has been sitting in a room for an hour.
Well, if you ask me, 67 is NOT a good room temperature! Nor is it a great summer temperature. I'd much prefer it to be around 72-73 degrees, but that's not happening today.
According to the weather bureau (remember when they called it that?) we might reach 75 on Thursday, but it's going to rain most of the week. Like it rained most of the weekend.
Monday night we were kept hopping to close the windows, open the windows, close the windows to alternately keep the rain out and let the fresh air in.
I also made a trip to the farmers market with my DD and got some asparagus and rhubarb. Other than seedling plants, that was about all that was of interest to us there. When I got home I made the rhubarb into my favorite rhubarb thing -- pie! It was delicious.
And then I needed to sew. Needed it, you know what I mean? So I pulled out a few fabrics and made up a kit called My Favorite Quick Donation Quilt, and sewed it up!
Apologies for the photo, the fabric between the parrots and the green is actually purple, which matches the dots between the rows of parrots. Here it looks too pink.
And having cut a half dozen kits in the past week, I had another bag of strips. I found some muslin pieces and binge-watched a British crime dram-edy called New Tricks and sewed up some six inch string blocks.