Well, it has been a while, but I am still here and
kicking quilting. I get a lot of daily pleasure from reading the blogs of other quilters; it's like being part of their lives, getting to share their ups and downs of this crazy existence.
Like many people, who are fortunate to have the option, I am still working from home, and this is likely to continue until well into the new year.
I get to chat, via Zoom, with most of my small weekly quilt group, which, like meeting in person, is food for the soul. My monthly group, has also been using Zoom to meet, and managed to have some of the ladies meet, albeit suitably socially distanced.
A fair amount of sewing has happened but not a lot of pictures. Just before the lockdown started, my mobile phone started to split apart, with the gap slowly getting wider. It still worked fine as a phone, the only problem this caused was that the camera began to be obscured. Eventually, after about six months, and when I felt brave enough to go do something, it turns out that the battery had expanded, and had actually been a fire hazard. The techie replacing it was very nervous in case it exploded.
So instead of quilt pictures, I am posting a photo of my grandson. His family live in Wales, and we get to video call often, and get plenty of photos. It is going to be a long time before they or us will be on a 10-hour flight to see each other.
Thanks for reading!