My foodie photo shown--h-hmm--at The Museum of Modern Art. Your photos can be featured there, too.
The final Friday of each month, in my city's downtown area, is a progressive dinner of art. One can be shuttled (for free) from gallery to gallery via our town's fleet of adorable trolley buses until one's eyeball's a completely full of artistic endeavor. I have a friend who makes the circuit almost every month. I had never gone until this week.
And, of course, it rained. I think that's because I wore my Lightning Lace Jacket. The irony was irresistible to the clouds.
I didn't mind, though, because that day had been a particularly good one. Here's why:
- It was my wedding's 160th mensaversary. (THOMY keeps count because he's a math guy.)
- It was my half birthday. (I still keep count cuz any moment for celebration is welcome.)
- I had finished blocking my Lizard Ridge squares.
- I had finished the Almost Amish quilt top.
And last, but not least...
DAD'S HOUSE IS NOW FOR SALE.
We signed the papers Friday evening. When there's an actual sign in the yard and a 360 house tour online, I'll post those tastey tidbits here. Until then, WHEW!
And now for a few pictures.
Pre-blocks Lizard Ridge squares curling themselves into little burritos.
Almost Amish quilt top done.