Sunday, March 15, 2009

a quiet lazy Sunday afternoon in the middle of March madness...

Today is a catch up day with time out to watch rented movies and read the paper in the bed. I just read Tony's (our LCA president) weekly email and the possibilities are bustling and continued expansion of ideas and programs. I am working with my friend Brenda at Sharon Brooke and Ken has helped me put together a program for the Newark Public library for Babette. She contacted me last week and I hope I don't step on toes but she had already asked me. I am peacefully working on my series of collages and my large quilt dedicated to Kath Walker. Ken is watching the differnt NCAA teams duke it out for the final show down. We had long distant phone calls until midnight with my Louisville family and the Louisville/Syracuse final game. My brothers are avid fans and now my sister is in on the craziest of times for basketbal fans. I am hoping I can work late tonight to complete the collages so they will have adequate time to dry before shipping. Tuesday is already booked so my time is of the essence. I am in a quiet mood so little to say so I wish you peace, Mary helen Fernandez Stewart

1 comment:

  1. I agree today was quite nice driving from store to store without the bitter cold. It was a long day at work and I actually finished a couple of hours earlier than normal only just over 10 hrs as opposed to 12 to 14 LOL. Time left to work on a pencil creation for the Memorial Show that the Lens a Hand group is working on. I am titling it Comraderie, I am very happy with the way it is coming out and can't wait to show you on Thursday. I am sorry to hear that you are having difficulties on Thursday turnout, your company is much looked forward to by many.