I’m Quilted Out!
Typical of how things happen, my quilty things were all clumped together…I guess that’s serendipity. Saturday was the Kimberly Einmo workshop that I previously blogged. I spent the day Monday helping with judging the quilts that will be in the Brandon Piecemaker’s Show. Monday night, Kimberly presented a program on making quilts from “jelly rolls” at the Guild meeting. (Kimberly was such a delight. I really enjoyed her company.) Judy made us set the alarm clock so we would arrive on time to sew at her house as usual on Tuesday. Today I went to a Feather Princess meeting. Unfortunately, the air conditioning was not working, not a good thing in Florida in the summer. Imagine 75 women with my temperature “difficulties” in a room with no a.c. and no open windows. I still enjoyed the meeting which was a presentation on making miniature quilts.
On a totally different subject, I would recommend reading 11/22/63. I will admit I wish I had read it on my Nook, for several reasons. Stephen King has an impressive vocabulary (he uses big words) and I like having the built-in dictionary in my Nook. I have started the habit of using the note feature for characters names , which would have been helpful in this book-SK was very tricky with some names. (I decided after 100 pages that I should continuing reading the actual book so I could prove that I am flexible. The next time I decide to read a real book, it will not be an 800 page, four pound missive!)
Thank you for adding a Bev and Dara category so that our dear readers know who wrote which blog entry.
I like either of the black dresses for Jack and Mary’s wedding, very cool backs on both.
Someday I want to go to a fashion week show. (Can I start a bucket list with only two things on it?)