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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

All systems stop when there is a sick little one in the house and that includes sewing.

Poor dear sweet Adam.  He had a bad case of the YUCK yesterday! He is still somewhat off today but feeling much better thank goodness. Nothing is worse than a sick child. 

He is a very responsible boy and wanted to monitor his own stats.

Mom and Dad looked over him all day long and into the night. If you know us in person you will be laughing out loud right about this portrayal acted out by the Fisher Price people!

I was able to get the quilt sandwich together yesterday morning and started quilting during his nap that he very much needed. All the doors were open to air out the fumes from the spray basting. Please pay no attention to my two-toned walls, I am in the process of working up the courage to get up on scaffolding to finish the foyer. The color will be that of the section under the rail when I get up the nerve!

This one makes me dream of summer and going to the beach with well kids!!!!!

It is a beautiful morning and Adam is resting on the sofa so I think I will do some more work on his quilt and maybe I will be done by Friday’s Sew And Tell :o)

Have a wonderful and well day!
Kim :o)



Andy Sew said...

Ummm, that's awesome. See?! All that stuff in the playroom/sewing room DOES come in handy!

Rhonda the Rambler said...

I can't believe you spray baste on your floor. How do you remove the over-spray?

Go-Go Kim said...

So far I have not had any overspray. I am just super careful and so far so good :o) I hope my luck keeps up since this is the best place for me to do it. I am sure now I will spray everywhere *giggle*

Sara @ Sew Sweetness said...

Oh, he doesn't look quite so sick under that beautiful quilt. :-) Omg I am so antsy with anticipation to see the finished quilt, your quilt top is so amazing!!! Wow Kim :-)

Mary said...

Aww, hope your little guy feels better soon! Your quilt is looking great. Can't wait to see it all quilted and bound!

Go-Go Kim said...

Thanks so much for the well wishes! He is up and around today but still not 100%

Sonja♥ said...

Your house looks fabulous with such huge windows on the trees:)

Anonymous said...

I am in awe of all that hand quilting!!

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