Thursday, 29 April 2010

Abnormal Behaviour

Neil is always saying I'm not normal and he could be right. At 7.30 this morning I found myself in the kitchen making a rhubarb crumble and that is definitely not normal behaviour for me.


The baby quilt for the raffle is finished and has been delivered. Barbara is holding it up for me, I did manage to get a photo of her after a lot of persuading.

I am very grateful for her help, between us we have made a lovely quilt.

The move went okay (for house moves) it would appear that nothing got broken. There are some things missing but I'm sure it's just a case of finding the right box. I think the removal men got bored half way through, even though the boxes were labelled according to the rooms they were to be delivered to most of them have ended up in the conservatory in no particular order. Still that's what bank holidays are for - sorting through boxes.

6 comments:

Barbara said...

i love rhubarb crumble...hint hint..I think the picture of me holding the quilt is so much nicer than the next photo but I did enjoy quilting it. Good luck with the raffle.

Jan said...

You have made a beautiful quilt ,what a lucky baby ,I have a nice picture of Barbara ,I took when we came in on the Attic Window course lol ...love Jan xx

Gina said...

I can't believe you were cooking at 7.30 am... sleepwalking possibly? Good luck with unpacking those boxes.

vintagerockchick said...

I'll go a bit further than Gina - I can't believe you were cooking! That's it, go letting the side down, why don't you?
Glad the move went well xx

fibrefrolics said...

Rhubarb crumble eh? I'll be right round! Glad the move went well. Best wishes for many happy times in your new home. The quilt is gorgeous!

Julie said...

Hope the unpacking went well. Wishing you lots of happy times in your new home :o)

The baby quilt is lovely. Well done you two!