Hello Fine Friends,
I hope all is well with you. Things are trucking along on this end. I'm surviving Grand Jury Duty. It's emotionally exhausting to realize how many aweful things happen in your county on a regular basis. I'm looking forward to the end of April when I can crawl back into my tunnel & pretend I live in Fairytale Land. But, until then, there's butter and sugar. And, thread and fabric.
Typically, I dislike February. It's dreary. It's the month my mom died some 10 years ago. And, both my parents shared a birthday of Feb 23. Just a whole lot of reminders of what is lost. But, I try to keep as busy as possible so I don't fall down that rabbit hole.
Rich got impatient with me to repaint my little mini-fridge. This was gifted to me by some lovely ladies that were done with it. I'm so happy they thought of me before sending it to Goodwill. On a random weekend, Rich set up a space for me to paint & told me I was getting started on it. Normally, I'd be put out that he was telling me what to do but this time it worked in my favor. I really LOVE my 50's pink fridge!
I did get caught up on the BOM with my guild. It's going to be a Quilt of Valor when I'm done. I was just considering how difficult it might be to work with that panel in the middle. There's going to be some strangely sized filler blocks everywhere. 2 more to go.
This one is called Crazy Ann. Which I've always cracked up at because my mom's name was Anne. That crazy Anne! Hehehe