What a wonderful response on my previous post about the hexagon project. All of the positive comments keep me inspired to go forward with my plans. It's funny how I just can't seem to get enough of them. I'm working diligently toward a logical stopping point on the stars before I begin the Martha Washington's Flower Garden. It seems that I have my basket of pieces within arm's reach at all times these days as get closer and closer to my goal.
Still all work and no play makes Libby a dull girl. I've been playing with my new phone off and on, learning more about some of the features and practicing taking and retrieving pictures. The photo above was taken with the phone - not too bad.
Still I am getting quite a collection of photos like this:
An extreme close-up of my hand as I'm talking on the phone. It seems the button to turn on the camera and snap the shutter are right a spot where it's comfortable for me to hold the phone. I'm no longer going to fight it. I've made a folder on the computer to store my 'phone finger photo' retrospective. It might make an entertaining slide show someday.
Last night we had a quick dinner of burritos. My tortilla had a face.
Hubby thinks it looks like Jack from the Jack-In-The Box commercials. I wonder if I should have saved it. People make a fortune selling stuff like that on eBay.
I haven't been neglecting all of my other quilting projects while I indulge in phone fun and hexagons. I have the applique pieces for Old St. Nick prepped and ready to stitch down.
A new batch of movies from Netflix should arrive in the mailbox today. Plenty to keep me entertained while Hubby and The Princess toil through the weekend once again.
Slow Sunday Stitching
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