On Thursday night Rick didn’t want much supper and he didn’t have much to say – the next morning I asked him what was wrong. Oh, he had fallen Thursday afternoon and he thought his arm/elbow might be broken. WHAT? That morning was my aunt’s funeral – she died at age 96 and we all knew what a glorious meeting she was having with Jesus so it would be a happy occasion with many cousins attending. Rick’s arm put an end of that fun day for me – off we went to the ER. By noon he’d had it x-rayed and we saw a doctor a bit later. They said it wasn’t broken but possibly chipped.
By the time we got home Becky had just arrived to check on the dogs. Oh my, what a day!
We did have a hard frost so it’s good thing I’ve been moving plants inside. I did clunk my head on the railing as I tried to stand up with a pot in my hands. This is the result.
Today I took my friend Lora to visit Gloria and her many collections. Why didn’t I take any pictures????? I’m such a lightweight collector compared to them. Sigh.
The top quilt is from this book published by Country Threads in 1992.
The campfire quilt is in this book also published by Country Threads in 1995.
Both books are naturally out of print but you could look at Thrift Books or Amazon if you’re interested in these patterns.
When we had our closing sale we marked 99% of our quilts for sale. I so wish we hadn’t done that now.
Tonight I’m watching two baseball games and two football games – all at the same time. Sometimes there’s just nothing that I want to watch and then there’s tonight.