Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Time Flies

It has been a whole month since my last post and I looked back to see what I'd been doing.

Not much sewing of any sort but hopefully that will change. I have graduated from both out patient rehab and physio this week. The significance of which is twofold.  First the medicos are happy with my progress and Secondly I have a big chunk of my life back. No more driving through morning rush hour traffic and returning home worn out for the afternoons.

DD#1 and family spent the 2 weeks of school holidays with us while their house was being painted.

The most frequent quilt activity was  morning technology use. The Grandchildren  were not the only ones keeping warm while viewing. The Rugby World Cup started at 5am and no Kiwi would miss the All Blacks.  I didn't rise to watch the games but did find quilts on the lounge afterwards.

Fabrics were auditioned for the next border on this quilt.

The strong bright colors reinforce the my inspration for this quilt. More to come as I enjoy the journey.

Spring is sprinting toward summer and I have more visitors.

Hi Grama !!! The waters fine.

A busy month spent with family is a treasure.

Enjoy thoes around you.  Terry


Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Yay to your progress Terry....wonderful news! What a time you must've had over the holidays.....grandies, quilts and all!

Vireya said...

Glad to hear that you have graduated from rehab and physio. That's good news. Looks like you;ve been having some lovely family time. Precious times!

Rachaeldaisy said...

Congratulations on graduating!! That's wonderful news!!! It's lovely to see photos of family good times. I really love your medallion project, your fabric choices are looking spot on!