I am thankful that I got my daughter's quilt finished last week. She chose the fabrics, chose the pattern, together we made the top, and I pin-basted and quilted it. We made the top in May, and I started the pin-basting and quilting some time after she left.
Then Roger had his stroke August 2 and I did not get to quilt any on it for at least 3 months...and then only a line or two here and there. And that was machine quilting.
I am thankful that I took Roger to the strip pits yesterday and let him try driving...he did okay there. Not ready for a busy city by any means...
And I am so very thankful that my older daughter now lives about 3½ hours away.