Thursday, February 14, 2008

Well, what can I say?!





A pictorial metaphor for my life in Huntsville, Alabama.  Deb, my sister, fulfilled a dream last week by attending a heirloom sewing class with Martha Pullen.  Deb was in heaven and was at the top of her game from the excitment of sewing...she nearly finished a christening gown that is going to be for one of her granddaughters.  I managed to see a little of the city but mainly just kicked back and relaxed by reading, crocheting, or doing some of the design exercises from the Visual Language book by Dunnewold/Benn/Morgan while she was in class.

The month has been a busy one and I hope I can get through the rest of the month's plans.  Tuesday I returned home and now have a touch of Bronchitis which has made me re-evaluate some of my plans for this weekend.  I'm taking a super-duper antibiotic and steroids so I hope to make it to some of the activities related to the Gee's Bend quilters being here along with the exhibit at the Speed Museum.



  1. Huntsville looks warm and bright. I hope you can salvage at least some of your weekend -- meeting or listening to Gee's Bend quilters sounds fascinating.

  2. yes, feel better, gee's bend quilters, what a treat. that crochet project looks rather fun too!

  3. I love the colors! Those are my very favorites! :-) Gee's wonderful, can't wait to hear more.

  4. Oh, how warm and inviting. PLEASE take good care of yourself. Hey, I was just at Rayna's blog. I am a comma looking for a question mark!

  5. Sounds like a good time in Huntsville, low-key and relaxing. Take care of yourself because we are all looking forward to a vicarious Gee's Bend experience!