|The proud aunty to a beautiful baby girl named Emmerson. She finally arrived 6 days past her due date, a bit bigger than the Doctor expected needing an emergency c-section. All is well now and the parents are thrilled to have her.|
|One very proud great grand mother finally meeting her first great grand daughter.|
|I can proudly comment that I finished this one 27 hours before Emmerson arrived and Amanda is very happy with her choice of fabrics I used.|
Back to the house restoration. I have been filling the cracks and topcoating where the walls were undercoated before Christmas. I went to Bunnings for more filler supplies and saw this scaffolding for sale. Craig had seen one before in use and we made numerous enquiries with no result so I was very pleased to see it available. After some discussions with the Bunning's staff, where I could not purchase one and collect a few days later as I did not think it would fit in my car, I left a bit disappointed. BUT out in the car park was a lady and a Bunnings man fitting one into her SUV. I looked at the size of her car, and thought it just might fit in my car, and in the end the Bunnings man went and got one, wheeled it out to my car and it fitted. I did have to have my driver's seat a bit forward but I could still drive, so I happily put up with the discomfort to get it home.It's box was 1.92m long by 78 cm wide and about 20cm deep.
I have taken some time off from working on the house, and have been quilting this cot panel for another baby arriving in March.
Our work roster has changed and I now end up with extra spare time between shifts in Bundaberg, so I have dug out a UFO to work on. This is an Inner City arrangement where I have placed the mediums on top. Not sure how it will finish up, but the camera is the best tool for looking at it with. I need a few more days of sewing on this one yet. I think I need to make a few more Y units.