Thursday, April 25, 2013

A day of quilting Butterfly Kisses and Celebrating a family of geese

A gorgeous day at Edmond's fun to watch the small children playing in the sand, listening to the ferry's horn as it departed and to think of Grandpa Dave as a train passed behind me. A year ago this was the first quilt pictured above, Surf and Sand, I created after having moved to Seattle area. It dawned as me as I was piecing Butterfly Kisses that it is a near year to the date of having pieced Surf and Sand and I am using same fabrics and color scheme....Thinking that each year in April I will piece a new quilt for the series. Plenty for next year's quilt tucked away in a drawer. Ever take a right turn on your travels when your destination is straight ahead? Two days ago on the way to a lunch date with Sean in Georgetown, I had the feeling I should go to Alki Beach in West Seattle. I had an hour....TO my delight as I chose a spot to sit and listen to the barking seals and lapping waves, in front of me was a family of Geese and to watch the triplets sleep, wake up, and then take a field trip was a delight. Happy Thursday! Off to enjoy a day of sunshine with my hubby. Em


suemac said...

Love those colors. They are cool and refreshing just like the water.

LynCC said...

That sounds fun to have an annual series to work on. I love all birds - what a nice moment to be able to get in on!

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Cathy said...

Lovely. I need to get to the park and see the baby geese. Hugs

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