I haven't posted any quilty stuff on Webs of Thread because, well, I just haven't done any quilty stuff all week. I might get to some by the weekend.
What I have worked on is a little bit of genealogy. No real research, but organizing and filing. There's a whole lot of that to do!
I have a large quantity of very old film from back when each film shot was a 2.5" square, or 2.75" x 4.5" and strips of multiple images that are approximately 1 7/8" x 5 1/2 or 1/38 x over 5 1/2. All before the 35mm film strips. My goal is to scan and reprint them all. I have done some of that in the past with my Hewlett Packard All-In-One printer, a function I didn't know it would do when I bought it, though I did have to make my own film holder to accommodate those sizes - necessity is the mother of invention I've heard. I attempted to scan a couple nights ago, but the printer doesn't seem to want to do that anymore. It gave me the same sound and error messages it gave me a few weeks ago when I attempted to send a fax and couldn't. It may have something to do with a computer connection. Marty was going to see if he could help with it last night, but I think we both forgot.
Other distractions were on my heart and mind. I learned on Sunday night that the son of a dear friend, going all the way back to 8th grade, was stabbed by his ex-girlfriend and died. I cannot describe the grief I felt not just in the loss of his life and how, but for my friend's loss. He was her only child. He was a good 'kid' - age 38, had just bought his first house in January, he & the gal had been engaged, then a month ago, they no longer were. All of those who knew him do not believe the account as reported in the news that he broke into her home. He isn't here to defend himself and there's only her side of the story. It's still under investigation, so hopefully the truth will prevail. It's so very unbelievable and my friend has a long road ahead of her dealing with her loss and should there be a criminal case brought forth, she'll be faced with that.
My brother who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer, I have learned is now home. He needs prayer for more than just his health and salvation. The Lord knows those issues.
Chicken bones and trimmings are simmering in the pot; it'll be chicken soup/stew for dinner tonight. There wasn't a lot of meat left, so I pulled out a couple of breasts and am boiling them up separately.