I hope that you are all settling into your Christmas celebration, whatever that may entail! Your hard work has paid off and now it is time to enjoy your family, your baked goodies, and your decorations!
We didn't decorate or bake this year, but I've been enjoying my 9-day break from work by spending lots of time in my sewing room! Yesterday was the Christmas party at the chiropractor's office where I work part-time and it was nice to enjoy the company of my co-workers. The recovery room where I work has delayed their get-together until after the holidays.
Today I've been streaming Christmas music on my tablet, which is nice because I can take with with me from room to room, depending on where I am and what I'm doing! Tonight I will be attending Christmas Eve mass with my neighbors, followed by refreshments at their house. I made some peanut butter chex mix and deviled eggs to take over with us. We're going to take our Apples to Apples game and see if we can interest them in playing!
For now, though, let me share pics of my recently finished "Sherbet" quilt. I put it into my hand-quilting frame on 3/31/14 and took it out about 10 days ago! It has been labeled and washed and I LOVE the way it turned out! Nice and crinkly, like a vintage quilt!
A close up of the crinkliness...
Even the backing is pieced!
Now, shamelessly bragging on my grandchildren...because I'm a grandmother and it's my prerogative! :)
Clark, 6 months, and Sera, 8 years
Last weekend our son and daughter-in-law had Christmas at her grandparents house and she sent me these pictures.
Alex 17 months, with his great-grandfather!
My son, Paul, grandson, Andrew III, in the middle, and his little cousin on the right...
looks like they are enjoying the four-wheeler.