This little plaid hen sent me down the Metro to Washington DC to attend the March for Science.
It was a little crowded, with lots of people from all over smiling and carrying signs.
We spent a lot of time elbow to elbow -
and most of the day was spent squelching along in the rain.
But luckily we were dressed for rain, because science had warned us that it was coming!
I had a lot of fun, reading signs, and laughing as chanting was attempted, but since sciencey people tend to be a bit skewed to introverts, it was hard to get any real chanting momentum going... It was a terrific day celebrating the importance of science to all of us.
Today I was warmer and drier, and got some sewing done.
There was glitter
and another multicolor chicken to join that other little clucker for April's RSC cluckers blocks.
And a few hourglasses got thrown together as leader/enders. Though it wasn't until I'd set the blocks out for this photo that I realized that I'd made an error on the little plain hen - she's going to have to go in for a tummy-tuck!
And for those keeping score -
I'm this far along with Twinkle. Step by step, inch by inch...
Linking with SoScrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday (a day late, but better late than never, right?) and with Quilting is more fun than Housework for Oh Scrap!