The points below the triangles show how I moved from one to the next as a continuous line.
Then I was a couch potato for the rest of the day, because I discovered this show on Bravo:
It's called "Shear Genius" and it's a reality show about hairdressers. Fabulous! My favorite was a challenge called "Hair through the Eras." Each person had a historical period that they had to design a hairstyle for...from Medieval times, to Victorian, Elizabethan, 1920s, 40s and 60s! Really fun.
Sunday was another relaxing day. We went to church in the morning, then out to my brother-in-law's house for a holiday barbecue. It was an all-American menu: hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, fruit, and root beer floats!
Then I came home and curled up with a book - Nineteen Minutes, by Jodi Picoult. It's about a school shooting, which is a disturbing topic, especially for a high school teacher. But, the author handles everything well, and it's an interesting read.
On the agenda for today - binding the orange quilt, piecing the blocks for the Yellow Brick Road, and another swimming date for Baby K at Grandma's house. This time I will remember the camera!!