The movie: The King's Speech. DO NOT MISS THIS. It was the best film I have seen in years - funny, poignant, and a true story about King George VI that was faithful to reality in almost every detail, from what I have read. Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush were spectacular; I could sit through it again, the acting was so good.
So, yeah, I sewed a bit tonight but lost momentum; maybe tomorrow. I sewed some strips and then picked up a random pile of log cabin blocks left over from various other baby quilts over the years. Sliced a number of them into triangles and sewed them back together.
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Hope you all had a lovely day.
We are supposed to get snow for the next two days. I just read the forecast and it is peppered with "doozy," "dangerous," "blizzard," "mayhem" and the like. The sand trucks and plows for the Turnpike are mobilized but tomorrow is a travel day for a lot of people. Well, we have plenty of tuna fish, eggs, and cheese in the house and I can always make soup. 8-16 inches predicted so we will see. I don't think I have to go anywhere for the next couple of days. Do i???
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