Monday, February 7, 2011

5 things...

After a busy weekend I'm glad we don't have hockey practice tonight. Between skiing, sleepovers, four hockey games, scary, snowy rides home and a Super Bowl party, I'm tired. Here's to a good week everyone. Don't forget to start making those Valentine's!
1. Whoa...we had an epic ride home Saturday night. One of those nights where the snowflakes were as big as baseballs and coming down fast. I could only see a mere foot in front of me. Thank goodness for the snowbanks. They were my guides to the road. Matt sat by me calmly texting away. He was kind enough to turn the volume off so he wouldn't bother me.
2. Aren't these quilts beautiful. I'm photographing them for a man that has suddenly taken an interest in late 18th century quilts. You should see the detail on them. And they are all hand stitched.
3. Hip hip hooray for my boys report cards. Totally awesome.
4. I'm enjoying lots of chai tea lately.
5. I had a helper.

enjoy your week!

7 comments:

Larissa said...

Those quilts are gorgeous and your photography is amazing - you are so ready to photograph for books and magazines! and yay for awesome report cards, chai tea and helpful husbands. i love all you share!

MadMad said...

Beautiful photos - you can see all the hand-stitching details! Yay for the report cards, too!

ColorSlut said...

WOW - your quilts are amazing! Really lovely work.

Jane said...

ColorSlut-sorry to say they are not my quilts. I'm just photographing a man's collection for him. sorry if that wasn't clear.

From All Stitched Up said...

Sorry for the scarry ride in the snow - you were brave to do it. I won't drive if a flake falls. I love the quilts and their simplicity. Just the kind of quilts I like. Your photos are great.

Mary said...

Gorgeous quilts and your photography is AMAZING!

Anna Ander said...

Dear Jane, so good to see you again! Thanks for stopping by. And thanks for the reminder, we started making Vanlentine's and have now produced some of the ugliest ones ever created. But I'm betting the grandparents will cherish them anyway...

Love,
A.