This is a new day, and we all have all pored out our prays for the lost of so many, but as always life goes on, but we will not forget.
Today, I had to let it go, but I will still think about the tragedy that happen Friday morning. There is nothing I can do put send up my prays to the families that have lost their love ones.
Today was my Guilds annual Christmas party celebration, and before we started we sent I blessing and prays for those who have lost love ones during this year.
It was a great celebration, but as I was MC for the most part, I did not take the time to take pictures. I am hoping that maybe Linda from Eat, Sleep & Quilt might have taken pictures and will post them on her blog tomorrow. But if not it was a fun filled day with old and founding members coming to share Christmas cheer with us.
Also, later I was invited by my co-worker to stop by to celebrate the return of her daughter from London who had been doing some summer studying over there.
Here is my friend and co-worker and her husband Darnell and daughter MyChelle (I think I spelled it right). She is a most lovely young lady with the future ahead of her and I know that her parents are very proud of her.
It was a nice gathering of friends and family, and OMG, Darnell the fish was great, I love it along with the two drinks I had, that I am still fuzzy in the head while trying to do this blog, so if there is misspelled words, of sentence that do not make any since, blame it on a half drunk Slow Quilter.
I also want to tell you what I received in the mail today along with another win. Put since my head is fuzzy from the drink (and I do not drink often), I will wait until tomorrow.
So keep your family close and always say you love them.
The Slow Quilter or should that be The Fuzzy Quilter