Hope everyone had a beautiful day. The Lord has Risen...He has risen indeed. Alleluia!!
Monday, April 9, 2012
Sage and Isabel came last Monday to work on their mini messenger bags. I thought they might finish then but we have one more day before the bags are finished. Here are a few pics from last week.
Trimming the corners
Trimming the corners
The girls will return today and finish their bags. More pictures to follow.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Sage is working on the small squares.
On to sewing the small squares of the flap.
Isabel working on her small squares too. She was leaning over so closely she about sewed her hair to the fabric!
Now, on to the quilting of the flap.
Isabel is quilting the lining of her flap.
The finished flaps!
A job well done. We decided that was enough for one day. We have a date in a couple of weeks to finish up their bags. Thanks gals for a fun day of sewing!
Saturday, March 17, 2012
My husband received baseball tickets from our son and his family for his birthday, I got to go along. The weather was overcast so it didn't seem like it was 81 degrees. Now we are talking about the Cubs and this Spring training game was no different than a regular season game. Hopefully, the Cubbies will pull off a winning season this year, otherwise...."there's always next year" as the diehard Cub fans always say! Fergie Jenkins was at the game signing autographs.
Some of the Cubs warming up.
A Cub up to bat.
Enjoying the ballgame in spite of the Cubs loss.
Monday, February 27, 2012
After my quilt camp trip the following weekend I and my dog, Sadie, (no Sadie didn't share in the driving)drove to Yuma for a scrap booking weekend. Since I'm about nine years behind with my scrap booking this was a perfect time to try and catch up. My Aunt Bonnie and cousin, Teri Jo worked on our scrap books from Friday through Monday. I was able to finish 43 pages! I caught up to the year when my grandson, Noah was born...YAHOO! I shouldn't tell you Noah is 9! Now I have to hurry and get Josiah into the book which means I'm only seven years behind! Enjoy a few of pics of our weekend.
Teri Jo working hard.
Aunt Bonnie having help from her dog, Suzie. Suzie thought she was a great help with good ideas!
We ate well, Teri Jo made the best Chicken tortilla soup. And of course there was chocolate!
On Saturday, Diane, who is married to my cousin, Jim, and her daughter, Katie came to visit and see what we where doing. Katie shared a picture on her phone...which I must admit I recongnized what it was immediately... and ultrasound...Katie and Richard are having a baby! Wish I had taken a picture of the ultrasound. Anyway, congrats Katie and Richard! We'll meet your new little one in Oct!
I now think I'm caught up with what I've been doing. Have a great day! Oh, by the way... I'm off to San Diego for a few days!!! I know, you're wishing you were coming with me! BYE!
Since January went by so quickly, Feb. doubled it's speed. I went to quilt camp in Pine, AZ with the "Material Girls" and we had lots of fun and laughs. Candy, Jim, and Sharon took excellent care of us and I think I gained 5 lbs from all the yummy food!
Me working on Charlene's "Memory" quilt.
Barbara and her "Jelly Roll" quilt.
Beverly won the fat quarter game. Can I just say...I've played this game probably 50 times and have won exactly once! What is that all about?? But, I do love to play and maybe some day I'll hit the jackpot!
Here's the whole gang! A fun bunch of quilters.
Having lunch at the quilt show.I can't believe it's February! Where did January go? I do know what I was doing in January; Lorene, Mardi, and I drove to Ontario, CA for the "Road To California" quilt show. My dear husband, Bruce, was able to comp us a room for three nights. Upon arrival the hotel desk clerk informed us we had been "up graded" to a king room. Uhmmm, that's nice but how are three gals going to sleep in one bed! After much a do, the hotel located a roll-away bed for our room. Mardi bless her heart, volunteered and slept on the roll-away. Since we were upgraded we were on the Starwood members floor and had a great breakfast each morning and "Happy Hour" in the evening. Drinks weren't included. :( The quilt show was fabulous and there were plenty of vendors to take our money. I can't put all the quilts here but I did add one of the winners.
This gal was fun to visit with and had a beautiful quilt.
We headed home on Sunday morning after wearing out our feet and emptying our wallets.
Thanks gals for a fun trip!