Been busy elsewhere.
He's buying a new car next month, and we've had three quotes on having our kitchen renovated.
The aviary birds all seem to be happy as they are multiplying at a great rate. The chooks would be too, if we didn't take their eggs away every day!
I did a workshop with Val at the Calligraphy Society headquarters last week, you can see what we did here if you want to have a look. I haven't done much sewing lately, but finally got the sewing machine out of its case and up on the desk, and have been quilting some baby quilts that were given to me unfinished, to pass on to Ken's cousin to take to PNG on her next trip. She emailed some photos of the native Mums and their babies with the first lot of quilts, and I've posted them on my PNG Quilt Collective blog if you haven't already seen them.
My friend C who was diagnosed with cancer last year is looking good. The chemo and radiation has shrunk the tumour, so she will be having another operation to have it removed soon. She has just had one op. to remove the cancer from her liver, and she tells me the doctors were pleased with the outcome of that.
In the meantime another friend has told me she has stage 4 cancer spreading through her body...that makes it four friends with the Big Bad C in the last two years. Ken and I count our blessings...