I've squeezed every last bit of summer out of the last ten days before my daughter started school again.
I've added gold highlights and flung paint on my cheesecloth-textured cloth,
used the left over grey to paint loads of circles (though heavens knows what I'll do with this),
packaged up and sent off Betwixt and Cosmic Sunset, both of which were juried into Quilts Unlimited at View in Old Forge, NY,
spent a fun weekend visiting our oldest at Notre Dame and tailgating,
and cheering the football team from two rows from the top of the stadium
with my four brother and sister-in-laws (though you only see the youngest SIL here). We had a great time.
Now it's back to business. There's back-end administrative work to do for SPUN and still lots to do for my upcoming docent training presentation. We had the first review of my draft yesterday. I also met the new assistant curator and the media coordinator. What a great group of professionals who are generous with their time and knowledge!
Lots more to do this week, most notably, I have to get some photographs prepared for exhibition! More on that later.