This is how I spent the moments I was able to capture...
SUNDAY - I spent the day catching up on paperwork. The taxes are due in less than a month and they don't seem to do themselves!
MONDAY - I haven't attended a sorority function in AGES. This evening's event was too interesting to pass up!! Would you care to guess what we did???
We took in a 3-hour painting class at Wine and Design in Chapel Hill, NC. I'm not much of an artist, but it was a TON of fun:
TUESDAY - Happy Spring!!! Grocery shopping after a quick trip to the LYS (local yarn store) and a simple dinner with DS2. You can't get much simpler than an in-store baked chicken!!
WEDNESDAY - And for the first day of Spring...
MORE SNOW!!! Fortunately, it melted away in the rain that came afterwards and it didn't impact travel, at all.
THURSDAY - Another day just like the other days, only this time there is a new quilt laying across the frame. It's Dr. Pete's Wedding Quilt and I am quickly running out of time to complete it:
FRIDAY - Carolina Fiber Fest with friends from my Knit Group. Oh what FUN we had on our excursion!
Here we are ready to shop:
More about that in next week's Wonderful Wednesday post.
I did a bit of quilting this afternoon. (Thank you, Angela of Quilting is My Therapy! Your Free Motion Challenge Quilting Along is filled with good tips and tricks.) Here is (an off the cuff version of) Angela's Leafy Meander on a scrappy basket base:
LOOK!! There's a bit of LIGHT/BRIGHT GREEN for the RSC. You'll have to zoom in to see any evidence of leaves, though. Oops! I should have taken a picture of the back of the piece.
SATURDAY - It's that day, again!! LINK PARTY day over on So Scrappy blog. Angela hosts the Rainbow Scrap Challenge and I am eternally grateful to her. Thanks for giving my month a focus!! Or a distraction, as the case may be. :o))
Oh, geez!! I missed Clue 5 of Libby's Magical Mystery yesterday! Off to get caught up...
** Click over to Preeti's blog to read about a special give away!!! (Quilt Diva Julie requested that we exercise our spirit of giving, so I am posting this to honor her request.)
She's trying to raise money for a special little boy with HUGE medical costs. His mother is a quilter, too. You can find Amy's blog HERE (although, it is currently more about sweet little Axel than about quilts. Understandably so.)
Until next time...