A View of My Quilt Life

Friday, November 15, 2013

Taste of Winter

As part of yesterday's cutting table cleanup, new fabric got washed but rather than run the dryer, I took advantage of the breeze.  It was clear, breezy but cold.
 
Snow on the Ground, Batiks on the Line
And since our fenced yard is small, it stays a little warmer so we've had geraniums until Monday's snowfall.
Geraniums and Rosemary Frosted with Snow
On to the cutting table today, but probably no sewing until late today or tomorrow.  Hoping to sneak out to the Original Sewing & Quilt Expo in Tinley Park. 

Moving a little slow this morning as I rode last evening.   Only two other riders in the lesson so we rode our butts off, presenting the horse with some interesting skill tests and combination.  I rode Fire, who had been having a few 'ain't gonna do it' meltdowns lately.  He & I usually click & last night he was on. We successfully, calmly walked over the dreaded 'water' (crinkly blue tarp) several times both following another horse & by himself! Go Fire!  I even had him stop and stand right in the middle of the 'water'. 
Fire
The snow has all melted and we should see some sun - YAY!! 
 

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