Sunday, May 15, 2011

Moments in time

The days are going by in a whirlwind of activities and preparations.  I try to enjoy every special moment, but they come and go so quickly!

Another lovely wedding shower.


A gorgeous tea at the home of beautiful bridesmaid Brittany.

 A pinwheel party to make hundreds of pinwheel/rosettes for the reception.




 Moving Molly out of her dorm room at Multnomah Bible College.
 (I loved following Molly's car and seeing a stack of three quilts in the back window.)


Trying out the wedding hairstyle.




 (Hair by Melissa at Bombshells, Beaverton, Oregon.)

Attending and celebrating Peter's graduation.


And in between it all --
sewing 
and shooing away a pesky cat.







 Fifty wonky log cabin blocks.
Smile.

And a big bag of leftovers for another project....

With wishes, true and kind -- Joan

13 comments:

  1. It sounds like you're having a fabulous time at the moment! I'm enjoying living vicariously through your joyous life!

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  2. GORGEOUS bride-to-be. Handsome groom-to-be. Beautiful quilt-in-progress.

    Many thoughts and prayers coming your way...

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  3. Gosh, you have been busy!!!

    I love the bride-to-be's wedding hairstyle.

    Enjoy every moment of the wedding preparations! :)

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  4. Lovely to share the wedding prep...a lovely time for you all.

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  5. Gorgeous everthing Joan! I love the hair, the food and the quilt photos.

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  6. looks like to so much happiness in this post! those blocks are just wonderful and that cat has apparently made them her own. she looks so comfy! :)

    love the hairstyle. so pretty!

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  7. Your quilt is amazing already! You and your daughter are so lovely. It's fun watching this all unfold. Hope to see you soon!

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  8. Molly's hair looks SOOO pretty! And so do all of your blocks. I am really wanting a yellow and gray log cabin quilt now. Thanks!

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  9. Beautiful - everything about this post is just that. Congratulations on surviving a graduation, wedding planning, and quilt making. Your pictures are gorgeous and I can't wait to see the wedding pics and final quilt pics!

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  10. I enjoyed your blog post so much! Thanks for sharing your joy and beauties with all of us!

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  11. Oh my goodness Joan, you are a super human!!! How are you getting all this done? Love, that gorgeous pile of quilt blocks, yay! As for the rest, yum, gorgeous, beautiful hair, congratulations, etc, etc!!! xo

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  12. Beautiful! Wonderful that you are documenting some of the excitement.

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