A Weekend in Richmond
Not a problem!
We had a wonderful time with this marvelous fellow. He's still got that winning smile, though you wouldn't know it from this photo. He's highly mobile, getting around at high speed with a peculiar half-crawl where he uses two hands and one knee and sort of drags the other leg along. Kind of resembles the way a crab walks, sort of sideways.
Quilting Adventures, the shop I like so much, even though I didn't have any specific needs at the moment. Not even thread. I saw the new Kaffe and Liza book that I'd heard so much about and began to leaf through it and before I knew it I'd seen a quilt that I knew I needed to make and went over to start picking out FQs of batiks to make it happen. Don't know when I'll get to it; there are other things in the queue. But I know the recipient.
The book is gorgeous.
After the fabric shop, Joe wanted to go to the chocolate store. We got to Carytown and I told him I had no business going into a chocolate store, so he parked and I wandered into a very attractive shop that had wonderful clothes. I ended up buying a dress that I liked a lot and not only because it was one size smaller than I have been wearing!
Then it was time to go back to playing with the baby . . . .