Early this week felt like coming down with scratchy throat, but a few remedies like chicken soup and miso soup (is it that time of year again??) seem to have warded off the invaders. At least for now.
Since the end of last week, It has been one meeting after another - first, the MQG meeting last week (which I only just had time yesterday to post about on their blog) and then, after a nonstop weekend, our Studio Six crit group. didn't really have anything to show except one lopsided piece, since I haven't had time to work.
The baby quilt I started a couple of weeks ago in a moment of insanity has a couple of borders but still isn't big enough. One more should do it, I think. But it will have to wait till I get back from Tahoe.
There are all kinds of dire warnings about power and water and evacuation routes. Uh - NO. I think I will stay put. Maybe I'd better get some yartzheit candles, though...they are the safest for power outages because they are in glasses and they last for 24 hours. All week the maintenance guys have been working on the roofs; presumably they are battened down sufficiently (the roofs, not the guys).
We had a lively Modern Quilt meeting last week and I didn't even have time to post about it to the guild blog till yesterday. Here are a couple of quilts from the sharing segment of the meeting.
Jeremy's birthday was on Wednesday and I cooked two of his favorite dishes and brought them over there for dinner. Gave me a chance to enjoy David and Jake and spend time with Anne Marie, hanging out til Jeremy got home. All in all - a treat for me.
On a total whim, I bought a used iPad 1 on ebay last weekend in about 3 minutes. I suppose I should have bought a 2 but I have an iPhone camera which is just fine - and weighs less
Ok - back to deciding what goes in the supply suitcase...