I had an AHA moment when I was in South Carolina. I thought my trip to the Rio Grande quilters in Texas was THIS coming Thursday – it’s NOT! It’s a WEEK from Thursday! Oh happy day!
I just sat down at my big desktop computer and found Candy’s email.
It brought the biggest smile to my face! I asked if I could share it with you and she said yes.
I just had to share. Meet Jordan. He is 18 and has been a family friend for 12 years. Jordan has autism and a few other challenges as well. He spends school breaks with me. This usually means a trip or two to a fabric store.
Jordan never complains! I asked him today to help sort my scraps by color. He worked for well over 30 minutes putting the fabric bits for Pineapple Crazy into plastic containers for me.Thanks for sharing this little bit of scrap-happiness with us, Candy! Tell Jordan if he has any spare time on his hands and finds himself anywhere near North Carolina, I’ve got a job for him too!
Jordan, the king of color – hard at work sorting Candy’s scraps for her Pineapple Crazy quilt!
Pretty crumbs sorted by color family!I think he could be hired out he did such a great job! Now as I work on this mountain of a challenge quilt, I will remember my special friend!
Have a blessed day!
I have been tossing emails back and forth with my editor, Jenifer since this morning – it’s time to get this book put together for a spring release! Photography is being set for mid-November –and sections will start going back and forth for re-edits and tweaking ((A very technical term, but most necessary! Book writing takes a village!))
I think the rest of the desk work is going to wait until morning. The hot tub is calling, followed by an hour or so of kindle reading ---