Saturday was Heritage Days at Cedar Hill State Park and for several years my quilters guild has had a booth there where we demonstrate the quilting craft and talk to people about quilting. It was a beautiful day and many people came to see our quilts, some new and some old. One of our members has a quilt that is partly finished and she has all the parts labeled to show the anatomy of a quilt so that people can see how a quilt is made.
See the clear blue sky? I took a picture of the wind mill at Penn Farm (which is the part of the state park where the Heritage Days was held).
Part of my organizing from last week was cleaning off the top of our computer desk, which is located in my sewing room. I have lots of wooden spools that were my Mom's and I put some of them in old canning jars to display them.
This is part of my button collection. I love to keep buttons sorted in jars.
I just got these buttons at a garage sale for $1.00!
Last time we were taking care of Jonah, I started singing him a song while rocking him before his nap. It was "The Teddy Bears' Picnic." It is a real old song and I have the sheet music for it, so I decided to practice playing it on the piano. I'm thinking about making a story book for Jonah and Abigail with the words of the song on each page and pictures to go with the words. So I started taking pictures of teddy bears having a picnic in the woods.
The last phrase of the chorus is "At six o'clock, their mommies and daddies will take them home to bed, because they're tired little teddy bears."
We'll see if I actually get the books made.