This started off my Thursday in a good way with my husband's video on the front of his university's web page. He'd participated in speaking about his research and what he does with the campaign Living the Promise. Of course, I love the video and played it numerous times during the day.
(And at 1:27, you can see the blackout curtain that I sewed for him the first year he was a professor. And yes, that Prop 65 sign about needles and pins is from my local JoAnn's store!)
I worked all day sewing on this quilt. Really I've worked all week on quilting this quilt. More information can be found on my quilting blog, OPQuilt.com.
And then this was the ending to my day: acceptance of all three quilts of my quilts into Road to California, a nationally ranked and juried quilt show, held locally. I'd been rejected the last few years I'd entered and despaired of ever seeing my quilts hung again in a show. To get in all three? It leaves me shaking my head in amazement and jumping up and down on my bed in pure happiness.