Wednesday, June 07, 2006

continued

Finally! Here is Mary Elmusa's piece, in which she used some of the fabric fabric she printed in the two-day workshop on Gelatin Printing and Layering Text & Images that Jette and I taught for the Kansas Art Quilters a few weeks ago. It is called "Disturbing the Peace" and it is a knock-out. Thanks for sharing, Mary. Raining cats and dogs again today: my poor plants look as though somebody has beaten them up. Wet feet for my tomato plant on the deck - not good. Here are my newest daylilies as they looked before the rain. You do not want to see the 'after' picture.

But it is a perfect day for the cookies I am baking for a special person in Columbus. Just hope they're not crumbs by the time I get there. Otherwise, multi-tasking: packing clothes, leaving phone messages and waiting for return calls that must be taken care of before I leave, looking for slides and gathering quilts to send to Asheville for my lecture/trunk show, and other things too numerous and boring to mention. If all goes well, I will check back tonight.

Don't forget to post your three best excuses for not doing whatever it is you don't want to do! I need a laugh right now.

5 comments:

Lisa Call said...

- The server was down so I couldn't do any work all morning.
- I sent an email to X and I'm waiting for a response.
- Sorry I misunderstood your request - I though you were asking me to do blah blah blah.

Oh oops - those are the excuses I use at work - what was it you asked again?

Rayna said...

I can't remember because I'm too old.

jenclair said...

Mary's piece is beautiful...as is the fabric.

The daylilies are gorgeous!

Cathy Kleeman said...

My excuses:
I have bad knees.
I'm not tall enough to reach that.
I can't see without my glasses.

Isabella said...

When I lived in Scotland they used to say "I canna do that because I've got a bone in my leg..."