I was "getting on with myself" for taking so long to weave towels when I realized each new color is about a month apart. That's not too bad, so I lightened up. Especially when I listed twelve new red towels, which is the number I had cut to hem. I hemmed a couple straight away, so I could photograph them and list on the web. Then they began selling at once! At the end of last week I was taking them from the loom, and now only five are left.
A friend down the hall, Jane, rang my doorbell tonight and invited me to come look at her just finished Cathedral Window quilt. She began the quilt in the beginning of time, and especially because it is so portable, one block at a time.
I did not know it was a Cathedral Window until I came around the corner of the room. It took my breath away and brought tears to my eyes. "My mother would be so proud of you!" was the first thing I said. I know the years of work in such a quilt! She's giving it to the daughter "who started it all" by spending forty five days in the hospital as a child. That daughter is coming tomorrow to take Jane to an appointment, and will be asked to come upstairs "for a minute" to help her mom with something. She's in for a tremendous surprise!
Kitty seems to have a cold, or else her throat skin flaps are irritating her. Fortunately, I've made an appointment for her to be examined by the vet who will be her permanent vet. It is Ruth's vet from the days she had cats.
I recently needed to have a tooth extracted. It was the last molar on my upper left quadrant. It also is/was the final tooth in a bridge on that side. About a year ago Dr. Kate lifted the bridge to fill a cavity in that molar. Recently the bridge broke loose from that tooth. I went in to see Dr. Kate and she gave me the sad news about my tooth, So, it is pulled and I have an appointment with Dr. O about implants. That is not until July 10th! Kitty sees the vet on the 5th, lucky girl!