Monday, December 28, 2020

Christmas Star and Another Quilt

 Riverton, Utah       High 32 Low 18

It has been snowing slightly all day. There isn't much accumulation. It has been really cold.

We went out to where there weren't any houses and on about the only clear night, we got to see the convergence of Jupiter and Neptune, the Christmas Star. I got a few pictures but they aren't blown up like some we have seen. 

It was worth seeing.

Penny got a haircut today in preparation for going south. The only glitch is that we may not get to go now because of a serious  health problem with one of our grand-daughters. We planned on leaving Wednesday but won't know either way until tomorrow when she goes and see the Doctor.

Sorry that the pictures of Penny are fuzzy, but she wouldn't hold still to have her picture taken.

The following are pictures of one of the quilts I finished. I like the way it turned out.

It took some planning to get the ovals to line up right. We both like the end result.

On Christmas day we had a zoom meeting with my kids and some of the grandkids. We gave my daughter, that lives nearby, a quilt. She sowed it off on the zoom, and my other daughter told me that she broke down and cried after I left the meeting because she was so glad to get it. 

As for going to Yuma, I'm afraid family comes first and we shall see what tomorrow brings.

Thanks for visiting.


  1. Glad you had the chance to spend time at Christmas with Family.
    Hoping everything works out for your granddaughter.
    Be Safe and Enjoy a Healthy, Happy New Year.

    It's about time.

  2. Hoping you get good news about your granddaughter.

  3. Sweet Penny ... she's just too cute. I'm so sorry about your granddaughter. I hope you get good news soon. No problem if you don't make it to Yuma. There's always another time.

    I do love your quilting. Most just do an overall pattern. You always do patterns over each little section. I love that!!!