This week and a half has been an absolute whirl wind!
It started out last Thursday (the 20th) with a trip to Texas with my daughter
she has accepted a graduate assistant position at Texas A&M Corpus Christi
with the women's soccer team! Work and Grad school all at once! So we made a
quick trip down to meet everyone and look for a place for her to live!
When they say things are big in Texas they are right!
Just look at the size of the campus sign!!
And the view of the ocean when leaving the campus!!
Yes that's right across the street!
She will be able to work, go to school and
take a dip in the ocean
all at once!
A tired Mom and Daughter on the plane home
I did manage to finish the hand stitching of my label for the
"Winter Days in Shades of Taupe" Quilt
since I had so much time on the plane
all the wording was embroidered too!
And here is a walkway on the campus
Looks like a quilt maybe coming out of this!
Tuesday was a Sashiko Lecture for the Rising Stars Quilt Guild in Lexington
followed by a Sashiko workshop on Saturday, where 10 fabulous ladies
took part in the workshop!
Everyone was so very busy with their stitching!
Great Bunch of Ladies! Thank you!
YUP! A fun filled Whirl Wind of a Week!!