This past week we had four rooms in our house painted and as we got ready for the painters to come, we had to do some cleaning and sorting of our junk. In the bookselves of my husband's office I found many old photo albums and scrapbooks. There, amongst them, were 3 scrapbooks I made when I was in high school, packed full of Robert Redford memorabilia. What do I do with those books? Perhaps I'll send them to him as a weddding gift!
Seriously, the best thing I've ever read about Robert Redford, came from fellow blogger Charlotte. This is what she wrote after seeing him at the Sundance Film Festival. "I think what stood out so clearly to me was the wrinkles in his face. They proved he is a happy man. Also very genuine. He isn't hiding anything. He is just himself. He has a beautiful smile. And he is short!"
Side note: when I am old and wrinkled, will people say this proves I am a happy woman too? I sure hope so!
I'm very happy for Mr. Redford and since I am his Number #1 Fan, I'll be anxiously awaitng a wedding announcement!
*****Here's the Holiday Chorus quilt I mentioned in my last post. I added a little extra batting and did some faux-trapunto. Isn't this beautiful fabric?
I even did a little faux-McTavishing. I really don't do it like Karen McTavish does. I'm just wingin' it!
In fact, I don't follow all the rules when it comes to quilting....
One friend calls me a "Rebel Quilter."
Call me whatever you want...but I do love what I do!