are gloomy … yet this Morning Solitude and Quiet Time (MSQT), and days to come, is brightened by a Flower Garden quilt hanging in the Great Room! Yesterday, friends Ed and Margaret hung the quilt. Today, t’is a delight to sit, sip (tea) and enjoy the colorful blooms of the quilt I made and completed (after 4 years!) January 2017!
We are looking forward to watching the ball drop at midnight in NYC and toasting the New Year! Big things are on the horizon!
Wishing all the very best in 2019! Back again Wednesday 2 January 2019.
7 thoughts on “sometimes mondays | 12.31.18…”
What a truly fabulous quilt, Honoré! It makes my heart sing to look at it … And when the skies are grey, it must indeed be wonderful to able to to let your eyes drift across such lovely shapes and colours, and feel a deep sense of satisfaction :). Wishing you all good things for the year ahead xx.
Wow!! Just WOW!! That is spectacular, Honoré!! I am humbled by your artistry!
Happy New Year my dear friend! XOXO
I always knew that quilt was going to be gorgeous, but it is even more beautiful than I imagined! How wonderful to have it hung—just in time for the New Year! Blessings to you and Norman for a healthy, happy 2019!
I’m pretty sure that quilt would make me smile every time I saw it! what a day-brightener it is! Happy New Year!
Oh, Honoré! That QUILT! I would just want to sit and smile at it all the time. What a joyful way to end the year.
What a beautiful quilt! That will brighten up a gloomy day. Happy New Year!
What a beautiful bright quilt. I love it. Those flowers will brighten up many a winter day. And your photo collage of December is lovely. Here we go into a new year. Happy 2019 to you and yours.