Sunday, March 29, 2015

Working on the Go

Last week was spring break week for my grandchildren; we made a trip to Branson--Silver Dollar City. I am still working on my never-ending hexie project, so I got some hexies ready to baste while I was traveling. Here are the fruits of my labor (done in the car). I spent about 2 1/2 hours basting these hexies.

Of course, I'm also going to have to include a couple of "gratuitous" pictures of my grandchildren. I always feel that time with them is precious.

This is a picture of the older kids--left to right Holland, Sebastian, Bianca, Lula, and Cade. (June Beth, my youngest granddaughter, wasn't interested in being in this picture--she doesn't like to share the spotlight!)

This is June Beth.

I'm already looking forward to spending spring break with the kids again next year. I AM hopeful, however, that the weather will be a little better. For the last two years, the weather has been in the 30's and 40's. That's a bit nippy for spending the day at an amusement park. We never let that put a damper on our fun, though.



Lisa Greenbow said...

Good thing you travel a lot or you would never get your hexie finished. :)
The Grands are darling. You are so lucky that you can go there and be with them. I am sure it makes their spring break extra special.

desertskyquilts said...

What an adorable rogues' gallery! The tiny toes on June Beth are so darling. I can see why you'd want to spend time with them, too. You got a lot done on your hexagon basting! A few steps closer.