This is my darling grandson Ryan who occupies much of my free time! He's 18 months old and lives 90 miles away from us. He's just adorable. And the sweetest thing ever.
I'm spending the week in Sunriver, Oregon, retreating with Bonnie and Lori as we do each year around the Sisters Quilt Show. I'm working on many ufos this week, hoping to finally finish my red/white Ocean Waves quilt which I've been wanting to make for years. Watch for pictures of its progress.
I am the first comment! *LOL!! Love you guys!!!ReplyDelete
Woo-Hoo!! Welcome to blogland...finally!!!ReplyDelete
welcome to the blogsphera, I'm a bonnie hunter follower, I'm eager to see your ocean waves.ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogland! I'm jealous of your outing with Bonnie and Lori!!ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogland Randi! Your grandson is just precious!!ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogging. I have added you to my google reader. I love Bonnie's blog and just recently found Humble Quilts through a link on one of her posts. I look forward to following your blog. Your grandson is so cute. I have a granddaughter and just love her so much.ReplyDelete
Welcome Randy! seeing the pictures of you in Sisters (on Bonnie's blog) makes me that I want to come toooo...ReplyDelete
Welcome! You are in good company with bloggers like Lori and Bonnie.ReplyDelete
Welcome to the blogging world! Cute grandson... aren't they just the best!!! Grandkids that is!ReplyDelete
Bonnie said that they got you started..... ou oh!!
You've started something now!
My SIL is somewhere in Sisters with you gals...
but she lives in Oregon so it's not too far for her! If you run across a Cheryl Blake... tell her Jean says hi! LoL... With as many people as I understand go each year... I would be very surprised if you did! Have a great time and don't forget to wear SunScreen!
I'll look forward to reading your blog because you travel in great company! I can't wait to see your work and read about your ideas!ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogland, Randy! Can't wait to see what all you are working on. I still remember (and covet) the quilt you were piecing when you came to Camp Dogwood a while back and want to see more!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to reading your blog Randy. I wish I had someone help me set one up as I just can't seem to be able to figure it out on my own.ReplyDelete
G'day Randy and welcome to blogland. It is an awesome place. :):)ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogland! I got her via Bonnie and look forward to reading your blog!ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogland Randi after reading about you for a few years happy to see you join us! Can't wait to see pictures of your quilts and your take on the Sisters show!ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogland!!!! Keep Bonnie in line for us please... she's such a rowdy woman :o)ReplyDelete
Congrats on becoming a blogger! You're gonna love it! And I hope we are going to see that red and white ocean waves quilt! We love to see 'in progess' pics! Enjoy the rest of your time with Bonnie and Lori!ReplyDelete
Hey, welcome to blogging! It is addictive and so much fun! Enjoy yourself! Oh, you have a really cute little grandson there.ReplyDelete
Hi Randy - welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. Hope you have a lot of fun! What a little cutie your grandson is!ReplyDelete
Hi Randy, I am a quilter from The Netherlands and saw on Lori's blog you have started one as well. I love Lori's quilts (and am a great fan of Bonnie's too) and what I have seen so far on your blog (header etc.) looks great! Have bookmarked your blog and look forward to getting to know you, your family (+dog) & quilts! PhyllisReplyDelete
Welcome, welcome . . . .ReplyDelete
Let me add another "Welcome to Blogland". I agree with you about how special grandkids are. When they wrap their arms around you or even call your name, doesn't your heart just melt!!ReplyDelete
I followed the link Bonnie had on her blog Welcome to the blogs.ReplyDelete
I must say as I perused Bonnie's blog I admired all the quilts she had to share with us.
But I really admired your straw hat. My favorite straw hat blew off in the ocean never to be seen again. :(
Welcome to blogland!! There are so many wonderful quilters here :) - and the fellowship with other fabriciholics is lovely. Enjoy!!ReplyDelete