My Idea of a Good Day

I’ve chosen these photos in response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.” Today is the first day after the summer residency program which I participated in. I must admit, I’m feeling a little lost. But here’s what a great day would have been over the last 3 months.

You can see a print table set up for work, samples of quilt fabrics and various table linens all printed. On a good day I would leave school early enough to catch the sunset, and be greeted by my lovable Kush the cat.

In truth I have included far more than anyone could possibly accomplish in one day, but wouldn’t it be fantastic if it could be done?

14 thoughts on “My Idea of a Good Day

    1. Thanks, Rosie. Lots done and still so much to do! I’m sure you know that feeling.

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  1. It’s always good to have a number of things on go, many dreams and projects makes life interesting, especially when they are creative. Hooray for intrinsic motivation 🙂

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    1. Thanks. Sometimes I feel like a bit of a juggler, but it is great having lots on the go!

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  2. Beautiful colours and textures in the photos.

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    1. Thank you. I like working on a wide variety of fabrics and I love color!

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      1. Gorgeous! We have a silk mill near us where they do the most amazing colour and pattern. Even royalty have bought their stuff! Beckford Silk Mill if you are interested in looking it up x

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  3. These are beautiful,Terri. 🙂

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  4. a wonderful set of images – I can see why they amount to a good day! I particularly like the tea towel print – kind of aboriginal…..

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    1. Thanks, Claire. I like working with simple graphics – open to interpretation!

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