I really am happy with how it turned out, which is surprising. Usually the longer I spend on a project, the less likely I am to like to finished product, and let me tell you, this one took a while. Lot's of shopping for the perfect coordinating fabrics, lots of piecing, and a crazy amount of hand quilting. It was worth it!
Besides working on a few projects, Joshua and I have been trying to slow down a little and relax about all of this house business. The buyers we had lined up decided that maintaining an older home wasn't for them, so they backed out. Very frustrating, but we're trying to stay optimistic. We're excited that we have found a lovely home in Monticello to buy... keeping our fingers crossed that everything continues smoothly until we close the third week of June.
This coming week is my last at Roosevelt Magnet School. I'm sad to go; it really has been a good school year. As always, change is hard for me, but I know contentment with the new will be along shortly. I'm looking forward to it!