Yeah, it's me, Grammy... I have enjoyed writing the story of Anna Belle and Lucy along with the other characters, and am taking a two week break from that story, but will return to my writing about them then. For the next couple of weeks, it'll just be me writing about what is going on in my life.
I'm doing a lot of quilting still, and am having a great time with my friends at church. I am also doing some editing of my ongoing fiction. Along with that, I have written a fictional short story to enter into a contest at the local library. I hope I get at least an "honorable mention". That would be nice.
Yesterday, I placed a bouquet in my church sanctuary in memory of Dubby. It was a beautiful arrangement of yellow mums and some kind of purple flowers. A friend of mine at church did the arrangement for me.
Each Thursday evening, some of my friends at church come and have supper with me at my house and we play dominoes. Great fun!
A couple of weekends from now, the seniors will be meeting at church for a potluck luncheon (we do that once a month) and we have a program. I will be doing the program this time by telling some Native American Folk tales, like I used to do about twenty years ago at the Indian Pow-wows and at schools.
I have to review them so I can remember them well enough to tell them again.
I've been teaching quilting to a couple of little girls who belong to my family doctor. They are 8 and 9 years old and adorable children. They have almost finished the doll quilts that they are making. She will be calling me sometime to set up the time for her to bring them back. They are quite busy with a lot of activities during the summer.
Well, I hear my name being called... Ha ha... It is breakfast, and it's my tummy that is calling for me. It says, "Good grief, woman! You've been up for three hours and haven't fed me yet! LOL.
This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for now. Much love to each of you, my friends and family. Bye for now. More later.