I'm pretty sure I've got these next pics straight though. These are from Evesham. This is the Norman gate (from the 1100's?). Well, the gate is in there somewhere, I don't know when these beautiful buildings were actually constructed.
From the other side:
Part of Evesham Abbey. Siobhan says it has rained on all of her previous visits. Amazingly enough the sky looked threatening but didn't actually pour.
I had such a great time watching telly at Sio's. I'm sure she thought I was the most pathetic couch potato she's ever run across, but I did it to slow her down. Yeah, that's it, I did it to take care of her.
I've now seen two episodes of the show Pushing Daisies and absolutely LOVE it. That's not necessarily good news for a show (R.I.P. Firefly, Veronica Mars, Angel, Arrested Development, Dead Like Me.... Need I go on?) but Daisies has been renewed for another season - woohoo. Although there were only 9 episodes in the first season, which was unfortunate.
Pushing Daisies is delightfully quirky, reminding me of one of my favorite movies, Amelie. It's about a pie maker who has the ability to bring the dead back to life and uses this skill to help solve murders. It's more lighthearted than it sounds. Now I just want the DVD to come out.
Speaking of tv show renewals: woohoo, there are going to be more Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Oh, watched five minutes of Moonlight, the vampire whatever show, and HATED it.
This post is getting long, but remind me to tell you the story that answers the question: why should you pre-wash your fabric before putting it into a quilt?