I registered 13 quilts into the Baltimore Heritage Quilt Expo 2011. The dates for the show are March 12-13 at Goucher College. If you are in the area, please plan on attending. It is a really beautiful quilt show, our guild has a lot of talented artists. I entered my breast cancer quilt and my 2010 quilts from each month. I think they will show better in the show than on my refrigerator.
I have started my January 2011 quilt. I will post a picture soon, it is almost finished. I have to give credit to my friend and fellow blogger Cheryl at muppin.com. She did a rabbit for the Chinese New Year and reminded me that I had a box of felt rabbits. I sewed one on to a football themed quilt. I am not a football lover, but the boys are. In order to enjoy in their interests I have been learning about football. I think I have reached my saturation point, my brain just doesn't want to be cluttered with football. I don't really understand it! Ellen is up on football also, she loves all the Raven's accessories.
We are all waiting around for the snow. We are having a debate on whether we will have school canceled or just a delay. I am hoping for a cancellation, just because I hate my driveway first thing in the morning.
I am off to make dinner, the kids asked for Kraft mac-n-cheese and I am going to oblige. I will have left-overs. Ellen and I are fighting colds and I feel even less motivated than usual to make dinner. My neighbor gave us these yummy tangerine/grapefruit oranges. We will have those and edamame as well- easy peasy -they hate peas. For years Ian would cry, "I won't eat green balls." Kind of makes you not crazy about peas.
Any good book suggestions? I am going to start the "Omnivore's Dilemma", but then don't have anything on the docket. There is a lull in all my trashy book series and I just don't have any ideas. I got a gift card to Barnes&Nobles for Christmas and it is burning a hole in my pocket. I should use it for books, before I fritter it away on peanut butter cookies and hot chocolate.