Kurt is almost as happy to be home as I am to have him back. I just drove over to the airport to give him a car key because his were in his luggage which is still in London. It's been 45 hours since he first got on a train to go the airport. I think a good nights sleep in his own bed will do wonders for his disposition. Then in the morning we can coordinate our schedules and figure out who gets which activities.
I used my unexpected down time this morning to work on some more string blocks. I felt like I was getting lots done, though only 16 seem to have come out at the end so far. I think they look very nice so far, but I have no idea how they will fit into the finished quilt.
Then I took the fabric for step 4 to ice skating this evening to get the cutting done. That didn't take the 3 hours we were there, so I looked up another pattern on Quiltville and cut out the pieces for The Road to Camp Gravatat as well. If I can get them sewn in the morning I can take them along wherever I end up and do the subcutting.
It's been a long and painful week, so I think I'll head to bed. Goodnight all.