Tonight on Channel 3 if you are in Northern California (Sacramento area) at 6:30pm you can watch the longer version of our story. I'm not sure what they are going to show, but they filmed for a good 45 minutes so should have lots to choose from. I will be watching and probably squealing again :)
Also, we finally made the paper. The numbers are off a little--112 chapters, not 117, but the general idea of the story is correct. We were overwhelmed by the generous giving of quilters everywhere.
Yesterday with all of the other activities I had going, I was only able to get 2 quilts quilted. I also think I drove over 200 miles and about 4 1/2 hours. Crazy!
Tonight I take my oldest to the airport and put her on a plane to Greece. She is doing a study abroad program for a month. But she doesn't come home at the end of the month. She goes to Florida and then back to school. I won't see her until October when she comes home for Fall Break. :( I will miss her. This has been a good 4 weeks. If you have little ones at home. Don't blink. Don't sleep. Don't let them out of your sight for a minute. Because they will grow up and move away before you know it. I never thought it would happen to me either. Especially during the times when I wasn't getting any sleep.