DH left early this morning to give one of his lectures on local history to a historical society in southern Trinity County - don't know how many miles away, but it is a long drive over the western mountains and back.
I'm still here stitching on bindings, listening to "Il Divo", a boy band for classical music lovers, and talking to the cat. I'm rarely alone here in the valley house, and I'm enjoying every minute of it! I'm stitching on "Dragonfly Dance" and the king-sized "Rock Collection" is waiting for me. I should have photos of all the finished quilts (12) up sometime next week. I'll trickle them two or three at a time, so I'm not too greedy with my share of space on CT, and there are little stories I'd like to tell you about each one. I'm not going to put all of these in the quilt show; only one has to go in; that's "Quilted Glory" because it is a challenge quilt, and I do like the way it turned out. Others I'm still undecided about. I just learned the due date is March 25. I've been thinking it was the 28th, so now I have three less days! Yikes!