I disappeared. I didn't mean to, but life happens. Thank you to all that checked in to make sure that I am ok – I am! It's just been a crazy few weeks…
Jane graduated from 8th grade. So. Hard. To. Believe. And still, so right, you know?
I altered my painted portrait dress and wore it out. I love this pattern. There will be more. And more. And then probably even more.
I had my annual colonoscopy (I have ulcerative colitis). TMI? Probably. But, I had a lot (understatement) of anxiety leading up to it as my last two scopes were only so-so – not really bad, but not great. This time all was better than it has been in years. I am thankful and relieved and happy and will continue to take my meds and eat healthy and all that.
We packed up and left town for Mexico on Kate's last day of school. It was a great way to start the summer.
While gone, Fatty and I both suffered from food poisoning. That put a little damper on the trip, but it was still good to get away.
I read 10 books on vacation. TEN.
And my MacBook crapped out. It couldn't be fixed. Insert sad face here.
Two days after we returned home, I took a great class with Quilt Dad, John Adams. It was fun and I am super excited about how my quilt is coming together. It's Pacific Crest, the cover quilt from John's new book, Beyond Neutral, (affiliate link) which is A-MAZ-ING.
When I came home from sewing all day, there were flowers for me for Father's Day. Fatty is the best, I tell you.
My new computer arrived earlier this week. It is shiny and fast – yay!
I didn't turn it on until I cleaned the entire studio. It took 3 days, but it is also looking shiny, so there's that.
And now I am going to pay the bills and then get back to making things.
See you around.