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Monday, 19 July 2010

Design wall Monday July 19

Another fast week. Between working on Charlene's monster size quilt on the long-arm, work on Shakespeare in the Park, and working shifts at the hospital, life has been a smidge crazy. Add into that an upsurge of menopausal hot flashes and mood swings........... yikes. I had to warn the people at work that I was likely to either be grumpy, or to cry, and, wouldn't you know it, no sooner had I said it, than tears started to flow. How embarrassing! It's been going on for 2 1/2 years now, although it had really settled down. Maybe this is it's last fling, and then it will be done. (sigh......) Anyway, onto more enjoyable stuff. I got a lot done on Shakespeare in the Park last week, and that is what is on my design wall. Go on over to Judy's and check out other design walls. It's always good for finding inspiration.

12 comments:

  1. I'm not having the mood swings yet - at least I don't think I am - but the hot flashes. Holy Cow! They are so disruptive to my sleep at night. And then the doc explained to me that they could last for years. That made me cry ...

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  2. Oh the mood swings......oh, oh, oh!!! Sorry you are having to deal with this. Your Shakespeare in the Park is FAB U LOUS!!!

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  3. Orange and black is a great color combination. That's a great design.

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  4. I have seen this pattern before. Your version is looking good!

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  5. You are really making progress on the SITP! Great job!
    You sound a lot like me these days....hot all the time!

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  6. Nice... and hopefully the change will get over with soon. I had a cry at work recently myself and had to go home , yep embarassing but part of life errr, change of life? Have a great evening!!

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  7. Love the SITP! So perfect. Try black cohosh.

    glen

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  8. oh this is GORGEOUS! I have started cutting for Virginia Star sampler (looks like Shakespear in the Park, but diff star blocks instead of all the same.) After seeing yours, I may just have to pull mine out and keep cutting!

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  9. I just love the colors in this quilt just terrific.

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  10. Looks great! I like the primary and secondary patterns!

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