Art Every Day Month — Day 30 — The last day

I’ve been hand quilting since yesterday. I enjoy this process more than I can express in words. Hand quilting adds so very much to a quilt. Well, machine quilting does too, I’m just not good at machine quilting. I’ve sat here and quilted so long today that my whole body hurts and I still don’t want to stop. I know that I must when I get to this point though. Otherwise, I won’t be able to quilt tomorrow.
This is the last day of Art Every Day Month. I’ve enjoyed it more than I thought I would. I accomplished more than I thought I would also. More than I thought I could, for that matter. It has been a joyful experience. I plan to participate again next year. In fact, I may just pretend that I’m in it again next month, just to see what else I can accomplish. It has been wonderful! Thank you to Leah Piken Kolidas for hosting this project and for coming up with the idea. Thank you to the other participants also. You have all added a lot to my life this month. It has been a pleasure.
Now, I’m feeling a little punk, so I’m going to get off the computer and watch the cartoon Dr. Suess’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I love to hear Boris Karloff’s voice and I love to see that silly little dog panting and all happy faced. Good memories. Good times. May you all have a wonderful December.

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2 Responses to Art Every Day Month — Day 30 — The last day

  1. Susie says:

    I still love this quote you saw. The quilt is looking lovely. Hope you can still move tomorrow. I have enjoyed your posts during AEDM.

  2. artyowza says:

    I love your sense of humor and comfort!

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