Christmas in the Rear View Mirror

We do not remember days, we remember moments.
-Cesare Pavese
Christmas is over and it was wonderful. We enjoyed all the holidays bring us. Family, friends, food, comfort & joy. I have been absent from the computer and blogging enjoying my family and home. We spent Christmas day with my SIL and the Greek side of family. What fun we had. There were 21 people present and a great time was had by all. As you know by now we had the first white Christmas in Georgia in 120 years! It was magical (except the part where we had to drive back across the city of Atlanta and were unsure of road conditions). The kids (who are really young adults) were launching snowballs off Tricia’s front porch. Yes we had a couple of inches and you would think we lived in Alaska. We delight in snow but then we don’t have to live and work in it much. (sorry)
Here we all are. The group!
Yes people..for us this is a blizzard!        
I’m thinking of turning my sewing room upside down AGAIN!  My daughter is running for the hills because she knows she will be in for it and moving furniture all over the place. And then there is the issue of those scraps which I mention from time to time. This is serious…I need to chop these fabrics up and USE THEM…or pitch them. I have TONS of scraps. Please advise or can you come over with a rotary cutter? How about a die cutting machine? I’m thinking of ways to fix this issue once and for all. I’ll take photos if you promise not to tell anyone about the mess.