Sunday, May 24, 2015

A Finish-Along Finish and Adventures in Babysitting

While at the beach last weekend I actually completed the binding on two quilts.  This is my Bloggers Block of the Month.  I pieced the blocks for this quilt in 2012.  I had to take the borders off because I had stretched the fabric so it was set aside for a while.  I repaired it and then it was recently quilted by Leslie who did a fabulous job.  Now it is complete, I have washed it and used it for my cover when I took a little nap today.

This was on my list for Finish-Along 2015 post.

We had our grandson Parker with us for a little while this afternoon.  He ate his lunch but then saw Papa eating a grilled cheese sandwich and just had to have one.  Here he is in the living room with a greasy cheese sandwich.  That is not done around here and I think he knows that he is getting away with something.
Grandma isn't saying anything and she is busy taking pictures of me so it must be o.k. with her.

I had to take a picture of the back of his curly head where his little halo is sticking up above his head.

After he finished eating his sandwich under my watchful eye I turned away and he disappeared.  This is where I found the little angel, trying to escape.

It wasn't working out to well for him and he was not happy about it.  

The Joy of the Lord is your Strength.
   I will link this post with the 2015 Finish Along at On the Windy Side.


  1. It is amazing how quickly those little ones can get into trouble! Those curls are too cute.

    I LOVE your quilt. The colors are just fabulous.

  2. Great escape artist! What a pretty quilt. xx

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  4. What a lovely quilt for a nap. Your grandson looks way too cute to get into any mischief!

  5. Beautiful grand, love your quilt

  6. Your quilt looks like a perfect size for a nap. Or maybe you could use it to build a fort for Parker so he doesn't try to escape..!

    *Visiting as a member of the official 2015 Finish-Along cheerleading squad*