I'm still having fun! Still feeling low-to-zero stress! My uncle's memorial service was on Saturday. It was a lovely service; people told heart-warming stories about my dear uncle. Daughter and I made a sort of hasty departure so we could go celebrate Christmas with the other side of the family. That was fun, too, if somewhat chaotic. 24 humans in one space with lots of food and gifts tends toward chaos, I've discovered.
I gave the quilt to my BIL and SIL.. I had made it over time and finished it this summer, photographing it in a few zillion places around here: a park, under a tree, on my front lawn, etc. It is finally now in its true home.
I was given a boat-load of scraps recently, and got busy making blocks. Most recently I made about 30 crumb blocks, and today I got them made into a top. I'm hoping for the quilting bug to bite me soon.
Tomorrow is what I call "Christmas Adam," the day before Christmas Eve. May you be warm and dry and happy on Christmas Adam.