Ran back home to meet Kim. We went to Lisa's home for lunch. Oh sooo good...chicken alfredo and broccoli...plus ice cream for dessert. Why is it that someone else's food taste so much better! We had a really good time. Lisa and Kim (have I mentioned they're sisters?) are so great, ...they make me feel like 'one of them'! Love ya'll!
On the way home, the sky turned ominous and we heard sirens, raced to my house, turned on the weather channel and there were tornadoes in our area. Don't think any touched down, though.
I also thought (since I never have) that I'd post a few of the quilts that I've done or are in progress...
Log cabin - the yellows are all different, but you can't tell in the pic.
This one is not totally quilted yet (Alabama girl has laid claim on it for her dorm next year).
Notice the camera hog in the pic!
T-shirt quilt I made for Alabama girl for her senior year in high school. It's made from all the band show shirts (about 7 or 8 I designed...I was in charge of art - backdrops, shirts, etc.)
I think you can click on the pictures to get a close-up.
Alabama girl just called and she is playing at the A-day game (The football team plays against each other - a big thing down there - 92,000 people showed up last year!) Anyway, she wants to be in the band next year, so she thought this would be a good time to see if she would be able to march with her tuba (she's never marched with it before, only played in symphonic band). Here's the picture:
The one giggling! Why am I not suprised!
Well, this is really long and Auburn guy has informed me that he is hungry! (wonder what he does when he's not home?)