Monday, May 23, 2022

May is a Beautiful Month

May has been a whirlwind of activity with more meetings taking place in person rather than on Zoom. Flowers are blooming and the perfect weather has been replaced by some 90 degree afternoons. I managed to get my flowerbeds planted before the heat so I can enjoy the show every day. 

Amaryllis at University Baptist Church

It has been a treat to get to hear recitals and programs by my talented orchestra friends at my church and at USM. Thursday evenings are the highlight of my week, for rehearsals for the Brahms Requiem with the Meistersingers.

Cecilia Araujo

Alejandro Junco, Marlene Gentile, Cecilia Araujo, Franco Galetto

I'm so proud of my daughter, Linda Ginn. She designed and created a "temperature quilt" tracking the high/low temperatures each day of 2021. She chose favorite colors (rather than hot/cool) and assigned them to five-degree ranges. The large label on the back shows her method and source information.
"One Day at a Time: 2021 Temperatures in
Hattiesburg, Mississippi"

The back describes the method

An awesome project!


Anonymous said...

Linda’s quilt is pretty!

Martha Ginn said...

Thanks, Tierney. So good to hear from you!