We spent a couple days just getting the car to work right after the hail damage was completed - first they missed some of the dimples so we took it back and then the XM radio had no sound so we took it back again. Both times required another full day. We then had Weston and Walker here for the better part of Wednesday and Thursday - fun time, but no new pictures I am sorry to say.
Tomorrow I am heading off to Denver for a week. First I am going to stop in Boulder, Colorado to watch the taping of "The Quilt Show" with Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims. I am beyond excited. Ronda Beyer is being taped showing her new twists and applications of curved crosshatching and she invited me as her guest - doesn't get any better than that.
Then I am heading on down to Centennial, Colorado, a suburb on the south end of Denver, to spend the rest of the week with my good friend Gail. I am not sure what we will do, but I am taking some sewing as usual. We might just sit on her deck and gab. I just realized I haven't been to Denver for over two years. That is the longest I have been away since moving to Montana 17 years ago. I am excited to get there. We might take in an exhibit or two at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden - we usually try to do that.
So - I need to get "high behind" and get packing.