Ms. Big Eyes

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My blogging steam has been diverted into quilting, and watching TV, of course.  I’ve started going to a quilting class taught by Diana McClun who wrote “Q is for Quilts.”  It is like the best ever super duper play date for women.  As soon as the class starts we all get to pin our blocks up on Diana’s felt wall and then talk about our color choices and if our blocks are straight and whatnot. 

That doesn’t sound that great, does it?

But it really is, because I am such a girls’ girl and I love playing with my fabric, coveting the other ladys’ fabrics, and, well, we eat cookies.  It is like grown-up dress up but with quilts!  You should totally do it.  Do it!  Mom time rocks.

On a totally unrelated note–season premiers have caused some deep reflection on and fond remembrance of all the shows I’ve loved before, so here’s a by no means complete list:

Charlie’s Angels, The Love Boat, Moonlighting, Cybil, Friends, Seinfeld, Fantasy Island, 90210, 21 Jump Street, Star Trek, Next Generation, Donny and Marie, Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, West Wing, Avatar, Melrose Place, Wonder Woman, The Bionic Woman, The Six Million Dollar Man, Arsinio Hall, Eight is Enough…good times.

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3 Responses so far »

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    Gretchen said,

    Wonderful World of Disney, All in the Family, Dallas, Dynasty…..

  2. 2

    Sara said,

    Knots landing & does Solid Gold count?
    You are so cute… I am going to look into a quilting class.

  3. 3

    maddie said,

    Mom! How could you forget to add Buffy to that list!!!!!


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