Thursday, August 19, 2010

The End of the Week

    Mmm...that's about all I can say about my art life this week. It's the end of the week. I seem to have underestimated the fact that I would need to move my oldest back to school tomorrow. And I had way too many appointments this week.

     Whatever bits of time I did have, I worked on a memory quilt for a friend who lost her husband a few years ago. I don't feel I can share that with you though as it's hers and only hers. My precious friend that it is for is a private person- her grief is private-so no sharing this time. I finished piecing it this week and will try to wrap it up this weekend. Made me sad...

     I also sat down and wrote out some goals for myself. I seem to do better with a list. One of them was updating the blog but in my attempt to do that, I have really screwed it up. So just bear with me until I can figure it out. Did Blogger change their templates....? I want my old one back....and can't find it.

     Happy Summer my friends!



    

3 comments:

  1. Blogger always seems to be doing something different. I try to ignore it and just keep pushing buttons until I get what I want (or close to it). I don't want to spend the time to figure it out.

    I feel the same way about the end of the week. Its over and that's all I can say. Few accomplishments. Next week, there's no summer camp for my daughter and she will be home with me all week. I forgot all about that. I can hopefully look forward to accomplishments the week after next.

    Sounds like such a wonderful and difficult job working on that quilt.

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  2. The week after next is probably more realistic for me too. At least, you have been creating marvelous pieces this summer Kim!

    You are right though- wonderful and difficult -working on a memory quilt.

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  3. I don't like updates. It almost always changes the format and where regularly used functions are located. Since I don't assimilate information well by reading, it really messes with my head.
    And you are a good friend to make the memory quilt. I'm sure your friend will be pleased and comforted.

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