We made it to the quilt show on Sunday. We didn’t stay long. Just long enough to walk through and see all the quilts. I didn’t shop any of the vendors. I just wasn’t in the mood to shop. But, it was nice, getting to see the quilts with Rob and Sydney. We all walk through quilt shows at a different pace, so we split and then recombine in different configurations as we go. Just before we left, I met them in front of my The Point is the Points quilt.
There were two ladies, heads close together, discussing the quilt. I couldn’t hear them, but Sydney was obviously listening. One said “She mixed plaids and stripes in this quilt. That’s why you should take classes, so you learn not to do that.”
(Okay, with all those little pieces, how could you tell plaids and stripes? And, who the heck was looking at the fabric anyway, it’s the points that are the point, right?) And, who is "she"? Lane is the man standing behind you.
If she’s reading here, Sydney wanted to congratulate you on your courage, for leaving the house after your hairdresser dyed your hair that color. She thought it was very brave of you.
Gotta love a kid that shares your sense of humor. You never know who’s standing behind you.
Thank you all for your well wishes. I’m feeling better. Now, Sydney has it. But, she’s so much better able to handle it that it hasn’t taken her down like it did me. Yesterday, I worked from home. It’s so nice to be able to do that on those days when you don’t feel too bad, but you’re making gross noises like excessive coughing, sneezing and nose blowing.
Everybody have a great Wednesday. Between naps, I’ve been sewing and have a couple new projects to share this week.