I think I become more nostalgic at the end of each year than at any time in the year. This was a tough year for our family, with my mom's declining health and her move to the assisted living facility. Sadly, she is going to progress to the memory care portion of the facility this week, on her 91st birthday!
We've had the chance to spend time with our grandkids up at the cabin although there hasn't been a lot of snow. That didn't stop them!
I grew up in NY and played in the snow as a kid so I do remember how much fun it is. Right now, they are all bundling up to go shovel the little bit of new snow we got last night. It's just adorable.
On the sewing front, my November mini is almost done. I've even been hand quilting it...I made this little top years ago so it's nice to get it finished.
Speaking of finishing old ufos, I pulled out this kids quilt and put the binding on this week. It's been waiting for the binding for at least a couple of years.
My oldest grandson likes to sew with me so this week we've spent some time in the sewing room. I showed him how to string piece!
He enjoys mostly sewing charm squares together, so he kept busy and I worked on a few of the Moda Blockheads II project that I've fallen behind on.
Here is the crew hard at work with their shovels and winter gear!
I wish everyone a wonderful end of 2018 and great things for 2019!