How many of you have had the opportunity to see a Colors Ceremony? Every branch of the military marks the end of the day with a ceremony in it's own way. When we lived in Everett we could often hear colors presented at the Everett Naval Base at sundown. It was wonderful to hear the bugle tune - Evening Colors - wafting up to our house in the late evenings. We've also been in other places - particularly some marinas that have their own version.
Soon we'll have our own "flag" to present Colors at the Squash House! Yesterday I finished the top for my Old Glory quilt. I am so pleased with the entire quilt. I love that fabrics from a variety of French General lines and The Morris Apprentice line played so well together.
Mr. Squash stood at attention while holding the quilt for me to photograph! He is very proud of his service to the Army as a young enlisted man. Check out his Crocs (you can enlarge the photo) - they are even in Camo! Soon I'll load up the quilt on Vinnie and get it quilted and bound.
I haven't quite decided what to work on next, but I'm sure I can find something in my