Saturday was a wonderful day! Gordon and I zipped over to Tuscaloosa, AL, to give a program on Historic Quilts to the West Alabama Quilters Guild!
We took pictures along the trip home. That was a treat, even if Gordon did drive around Tuscaloosa like he was in Bad Boys II with me hanging out the passenger window trying to snag some shots with the camera (not gun)! Oodles of pictures to share with you.
Program notes, links and bibliography will be posted ASAP here on the blog.
The welcome home from the fur children was a miracle balm to two tired travelers! Fur baby stories and pictures are also backlogged, waiting to be shared with you.
It was the first time we had been separated from our new fur child Jenny B...since we fetched her from Arkansas March 21, 2009. You try taking a picture of a whirling dervish! (That would be Jenny B!)
I did good to get the picture of Mackie singing ONLY because he sat for one nanosecond!
Has it already been 21 days? Jenny B settled into our pack that first day, so it seems like she has been with us forever!
Gordon and I have had very little sleep this past week. Only two hours max the last two nights. Many small deadlines this week.
After some more sleep, (I crashed when we got home), I'll start sharing photos and some fascinating quilt stories with you!
Thank you, West Alabama Quilters Guild, for giving us a fabulous day out!