My new job has me thinking waaaay too hard. It's like playing a game of Concentration -- trying to remember where I read a little blip about one thing that relates to another thing. Right now, everything I've been spending time on is in the process of being re-evaluated. They were going in one direction, put on the brakes, and headed off in a different direction.
Tonight I had a nice meal with my friend Eddie at the Red Coat Tavern in Royal Oak. He gave me a great quilt book, full of Log Cabin quilt patterns but done with a modern flair. We both had the delicious Mac & Cheese -- yummo!
When I returned home I got busy scanning my business receipts into my computer so I can get going on my taxes. I scanned in over 50 receipts - phew!
Next up, the GLHQ guild meeting tomorrow night where we're having quilt historian, Beth Donaldson from the MSU Quilt Museum. She'll talk about 1930's quilts, a new topic for our guild. I'm taking a vintage quilt that belongs to my knitter friend Kim, so people can evaluate it's condition and advise on a possible repair job to the backing. A co-worker is interested in having a pictorial quilt made of her dog so I'll be checking on that, too.
Busy day ahead. Time for bed for me!