While I was gone, the azaleas started blooming. I think they are going to be gorgeous this year. In case you're wondering, yes, this bush is as big as it looks. See the road sign in the background, it's probably close to 9 or 10 fee tall. Beautiful!!
Here's a recap of some of the rest of my Birthday road trip.... a trip to the Seagrove pottery area south of High Point. What a beautiful winter day, cold but clear, blue skies. We all came home with treasures.
Then it was time to help Mom with a quilting project. The ladies at their church are making quilts for the homeless.
Mom got her machine out, and I gave a tutorial on how to bind a quilt using the backing. We mitered and pinned the corners and she was ready to go.
We all enjoyed the beautiful day sitting at the table.
Does anyone know where to look up the serial numbers for the Singer Featherweights? This is a sweet little machine.
And then it was time for one last picture. We loved our visit to High Point and spending time with these precious people.
I wasn't sure I would make it, but I did manage to squeeze in a quick visit to Mary Jo's.
I picked up 12 new Civil War pieces to add to my collection.
I will share next time about my car project and my latest work in progress.
Have a great weekend,