wrap up …

 

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In January, I shared a quilt block I’d made to send to the Quilt Blocks for Australian Wollongong Modern Quilt Guild in the Australian province of New South Wales. They report we have “received blocks from over 30 countries. Our current block tally is 14,359. We estimate that the final number of blocks will be over 15,000 blocks.” The blocks are a delight. Want to see some? Check out this link : https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/bushfireblocks/?hl=en

We took a walk early afternoon. The flowers were lovely. Tomorrow, the City’s monthly shred and disposal of household electronics, etc reopens…so I’ve spent the past couple hours purging files to take to be shredded.

As I draft this post, the sky is turning ominously gray; I imagine a storm is brewing which is good because we’ve had a second day in a row of humid, hot weather. A cool off will be much appreciated.

Hope you have a good and cool weekend ahead.

Cheers~

 

9 thoughts on “wrap up …

  1. I guess summer is here if we’re dealing with humidity and storms! I nearly got caught in one on Thursday on my walk — the skies turned very dark and the wind picked up and started blowing stuff around (something hit me, but luckily I think it was just an acorn or something else small). I had to cut my walk short, and it’s a good thing I did, because the skies opened up about five minutes after I got in.

    Thanks for sharing the link to the quilt squares!

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  2. Your flowers are gorgeous. I hope the humidity drops a bit. It can be so tiring and then if the storm front comes through and brings less humid air , I sleep so much better! 14, 359 is a Lot of blocks!

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