How the time flies, and what can transpire in a few short weeks!!
I guess the most momentous would be the successful surgery my sister-in-law had for a benign brain tumor. You would never know she even had surgery....the miracles of modern medicine do surely give us much to be thankful for. She is recovering and has a little therapy to work on for her right arm. Then my other sister-in-law had a successful gall bladder surgery! I think we have had enough surgery for awhile!
I have only been quilting and teaching, and staying quite healthy for an old woman! I managed to get a few tops done and the backs as well. Now I only have to quilt them. Had a fabulous time teaching at the Woodinville Grange for Gathering Fabric this past Saturday. What a great little group of gals that is....and so creative. We plan to meet monthly over the next several months. We picked up one new gal and she was working on a great little square using Kaffe fabric. I started Headlights and still have that one to finish!
I must get going on my challenge quilt, and a Pelican that has been haunting me for years to make. I hope that one gets finished this year. I even got most of the fabric already!
Well, now I have to figure out how to change the red color in my blog for easier reading...thanks for the suggestion, Sally...Sally is a quilting friend who is a FABULOUS quilter in one of my guilds.
Opal brought tubs of scraps for sharing and we made a quilt to donate to Camp Brotherhood where we "Retreated" Didn't make a dent in the scraps!