I didn't take any photos of the wonderful flowers in my yard: crocus, lots of daffodils, tulips and hyacinth are starting up and iris are sending out leaves. Oh how I love it. This morning the fix-it guy from the sewer-repair company (yes, you heard all about that), came for a free water heater drain and clean out. I don't really know how Seattle compares to other cities, but we have quite a bit of sediment in the water. This requires some attention over time - or not, and then you get to face some repairs.
While he was doing his thing, I did manage to work on a couple of little projects. I finished the nap quilt for Amelia. She will be 2 this summer and we are camping with her parents, so this will be a birthday gift.
On my design wall (gracious, that sounds so professional) is a large [18"+/-] block I found in a magazine. I do love the block, but it isn't quite as easy as it might appear - it's fiddly.
Here are my problemmatic blocks - the small stars. I did try starching the bee-jeepers out of the cream pieces, but it only helped a little.