It’s always so nice to have a catch up with a fellow blogger. We were staying in our caravan in Jean’s hometown – she blogs as Nancy J on All Points of the Compass. Jean has been unwell lately so I wanted to pop in and see her, and took a bunch of flowers to cheer her up.
We had plenty to chat about, health matters of course – sad but true as we get older, family and quilting. Jean is taking part in the 150 Canadian Women quilt project, which pays homage to the women who made Canada great and honours Canada’s upcoming 150th birthday. She showed me the blocks she had made so far, and the glorious red batiks she has gathered for this project.
Jean’s Canadian blocks
It was nice to meet up with Jean’s house guest Joyce again, (hello Joyce) and members of Jean’s family who were staying for a few days. We didn’t see any of the cats, they were keeping well away from the visitors. This was just a short visit as the house was full, and as we said our goodbyes we reminded Jean to take care, and went back to the camp.
Part of Jean’s lovely grounds