Thursday, June 03, 2021

I Have So Much To Share

 I FINALLY got my hair cut!  It's been almost a year and a half.  It got SO long.

I had to find a new stylist. 
 She took 7 inches off my hair and highlighted it.  I LOVE how it turned out!
I will be going back to her again.  
She did a fabulous job. 
 I feel so much better with my hair being shorter.

We have been going through TONS of stuff from the garage.  I cam across some old slides, used my light box to view them.  I found this "beauty" in the mix.  Me when I was 11 in my aunt's wedding dress holding my cat, Princess.

This was a nice find too. 
 Me with my best friend, Kathy in swimsuits my mom made us so we could match!!! 
Not made out of swim suit fabric but pretty cute. 

OK back to quilty content.  
I finished this Meadowland quilt quite some time ago.  
I just gifted it last weekend. 
 I made it for our priest. 
 I really love the quilt and the photos don't really do it justice.  
The colors were so icy in color and looked so beautiful together.  

It was difficult to get a pic in the bright sunlight but our priest, Father Kimball, loved it!
We had a birthday party for him at the church and I was able to gift it to him then.

I promise you I have been working on things, but need to take some photos. 

 As I said we are also going through the "stuff" in the garage and selling stuff off. 
 It is SLOW going but I am happy to be doing it.  It is time to purge!!



Betty C said...

Your hair looks real nice.

Judy in Michigan said...

Your priest made me remember a previous priest at your parish. We made blocks for his quilt. I think he was very sick. Is he in heaven now?

Judy in Michigan said...

Oh, forgot to say how much I love Father's quilt. I like the crosses in it. Very beautiful with beautiful colors and fabrics. Good job Pam!

Bettina Groh said...

I DO love to see what you have been doing. Your priest's quilt is really special!! Good going on your purging... wish I was doing as well!!

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