I know it’s April, and I know that in April the weather is crazy. It started out with snow showers for the morning, sunshine and intermittent rain showers with temps near 50° for midafternoon, then 3 to 5 inches of snow for the evening. The only thing I got out of that forecast was that it was going to be a wet day. I turned the thermostat up in the spare room and got some work done. I use the spare room as my sewing room, because it was quiet and out of the way of the rest of the house. I was working on a quilt for my niece’s birthday, and I had all the pieces spread out across the floor. When the heat turned on, it came out of the air vent with such force that all of my quilting squares were blown into a pile. I know it is good to have a lot of airflow, and when that airflow comes through the air vent as heat, it is welcome on days like today. If I had been smart, I would have had the quilting squares laid out on my bench, but I wasn’t thinking smart. I had to gather all my squares, and once again lay them out so I could pin them together. As frustrated as I was with the mess I had created, walking back into that room made me smile. The heat coming out of the air vents was nothing but soothing. It was my fault the quilting squares were strewn all over, for not changing the direction the air vent blades were pointing.