What is it about spring that makes me want to throw open the windows and swap out the winter pillows and fabrics for brighter, more light colors? Same goes for the blog. I’ve photographed a new header image and am trying a new WordPress theme that’s easier on the eyes. Larger fonts, wider sidebars. I do so much reading online now (our daily newspaper no longer delivers to our county) that I appreciate any site that gives my eyes a break.
Let’s catch up, shall we?
Girls Lunch. Had lunch last week in Dahlonega with Jean (JeanAnnQuilts at Twitter) and her friend Julie. We shopped at Magical Threads, savored the Tomato Bisque at Crossroads Cafe, and chatted about quilting, market, writing, and teaching.
Georgia Book Tour. The shop owners are so excited and promoting it to their customers. Savannah’s shop, Colonial Quilts, told three television stations and their daily newspaper! I’m gathering the last minute details, the family is preparing to be without mom for a while.
Kay’s Book-A-Round. Still blogging across the U.S. Great posts and a variety of perspectives.
Easter. Time to rejoice, reflect, and be so grateful for all the things that are important that don’t show up in the daily newspaper.
Book Swap. Just discovered Paperbackswap.com and Bookmooch.com through my friend Malissa. I sent three books out yesterday and I’m getting The Thirteenth Tale, hopefully in time for our Spring Break.
Facebook. Yes, I’ve cautiously joined Facebook. My sister uses it a lot and I decided to finally plunge in after some friends decided it was the best way to post updates of their son’s journey across the Appalachian Trail. I’ve actually avoided Facebook for a long time, but my goal is not to get entirely sucked in.
Twitter. I love this tool. If you’re not using it, you really should be. I can keep up with other quilters, UGA coach Mark Richt, NPR’s weekend anchor Scott Simon, and other really interesting people. I’m Colormaster. Follow me!
Birthdays. Happy Birthday to my good friend Pat. We share a love of family, friendship, quilting, and gardening. Pat just got a longarm quilting machine and has returned from classes ready to take on big quilts!
Committees. PTO. Church. PAC. School. Guild. Yikes! Too many meetings, too little time. May be time to cut back.
Soon it’ll be carpool time for school, and life as author/publisher today will be done, and I’ll be mom and wife for the rest. It’s a lovely mix, isn’t it?