HQAL and Celebrating Mary Brown

Well, the time has come!  Cataract surgery is scheduled for 1 October and 8 October!  Eye drops start today!  AND my “I cannot do anything but sit” vacation time is coming for 2 weeks.  No lifting, bending, or running and jumping!  I do believe that I can stick to those rules!  Clay is finished with his surgery and is just down to drops until 22 Oct!  YEA for him.

I have nothing to show today for HQAL because we are having so much fun traveling 100 miles a day (round trip) to the doctor’s office – 8 trips in the last 2 weeks!  We are so happy because we are half way through this double person cataract experience.  This week and next week will be 3 days going to SA in a row and then it tapers off to only 1 day a week for 3 weeks.

I do have 16 blocks prepared for Celebrating Mary Brown – so when things really are finished I will be able to catch up with all! Be sure to check out the progress of others tomorrow (30 Sep) for their progress on this project!

I do hope that those who are enjoying cooler weather sends some to us here in burning up land South Texas – it has been back to 100+ heat index again!

Nanette

Check out all the ladies who participate in HQAL – I am sure they have been very busy and have some great pictures of their projects.

KathyMargaretEmmaTracyDebSusan,  Nanette,  EdithSharonKarrinGretchen and Kathi

 

Celebrating Mary Brown:  This September Karen and Cathy selected Celebrating Mary Brown as their next project and invited anyone to join in the fun!  The following quilters are participating.  We will be showing completed blocks on the 30th of each month!  Take the time to visit them to see their completed monthly blocks!  If interested let Karen know you are interested in joining the group.

Karen – Log Cabin Quilter (Lead)
Cathy – Biglakequilter
Jennie  – Overthehillandrunning
Julie K –  Juliekquilts
Robin –   solsticestudio
Nanette – Doitrightquilter
Jan –  I will post her pictures with mine

20 thoughts on “HQAL and Celebrating Mary Brown

  1. Oh, goodness — you’re both doing the cataract surgery one right after the next? I hope all goes smoothly and that the payoff is many, many more years of excellent eyesight for needlework! A hundred mile round trip day after day has got to get old fast!

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  2. Is that being done on FB? I didn’t see anything on their blogs about the QAL. It’s such a pretty quilt, and you are ready for stitching as soon as you can see. I hope all goes well for both eyes.

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  3. Hi Nanette! I’m holding you in my prayers. Good luck with the surgery and enjoy that imposed sit-and-do-nothing stint. It’ll be behind you in no time at all. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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