a favourite shade of blue

a favourite shade of blue

Thursday, December 11, 2014


A day of hard rain. We got a bit wet out there when we had to go out. We went to the eye doctor again, the right day this time. Ray had to get a needle in his eye, the one that has macular degeneration. He needs two more  needles a month apart each. The doctor said I was fine. Ray has had problems with that macular degeneration.  But he is such a champ and never complains.

We went to New Westminster to Cockney Kings to have fish and chips for lunch. But it was packed with people waiting so we drove up Kingsway to Mr. Ho's for a Chinese food lunch. We had enough to bring home for dinner ,so no cooking tonight.

It was so awful outside and we came home. I read for a while and then had a nap.  It was a quiet day. I packed up another bag of books. I had no idea there were so many. It seems impossible that I have not done much reading this Fall. But there it is.

I have little to say tonight, but hope everyone has had a great day.
And enjoys a lovely evening.

Aren't these cute, they are Santa cookies just waiting for Christmas to be eaten.  The little ones would sure love these. Hmm and so would the big ones LOL.

Now here is a quilt that will never grow old, a twister quilt. Each generation can play this game.

Fascinating Christmas tree.

A fine use of scraps and when it is finished you have a cozy quilt.

A star in a star in a star. All scrappy and gorgeous. 

That's it folks. have a great evening.

Good night.

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