Friday, April 27, 2012
Grandmother Morris and Row Row Row
It was good to see Joan, and she was looking very good, considering all that she had been through. I know that heart surgery patients are put on blood thinners and feel a chill more easily than most people. Joan was in the new recliner her husband had bought her -- and it went perfectly with the quilt!
For someone who "doesn't buy kits," I'm inordinately pleased with "Row Row Row Your Boat," and am eager to give it to Nate when we see him in two weeks.
Tom tells me that Nate has moved into his new bed in his new room and adjusting well.
Cinco is due tomorrow. Nate was born one day after his due date. Let's hope Cinco follows suit!
Weekend plans include finishing the three batik blocks and then setting them aside until I can get the right batik for the triangles and, I hope, making a summer nightgown for Caroline -- I bought some bright seersuckery fabric a few weeks ago and haven't had the chance to get started.
Binding has begun on the Brian-Erin quilt. Their wedding is just three months away!
Posted by Nancy Stevens on Friday, April 27, 2012