I did sew a backing together yesterday for the Sudoku quilt. Just one long seam, that's it, which I pinned together the way it happened to lay on my cutting table. I did not try to match anything, but lookey there:
Dumb luck. There is apparently a diagonal created by the pink and green parasols, which I wasn't even aware of until I pressed the seam. Hunh.
The family gathered together at Pa's on Father's Day. Among other things, we grilled goose brats. What's a goose brat, you ask? Well, the hunters in the family took all their Canada goose breasts to the butcher and had them ground into bratwurst. Cajun flavored, even. And they were not bad at all. I ate a leftover for lunch today, in fact. I'd give them about a 7, on a scale of 1 to 10, in both weirdness and taste.
Dad still likes to line us all up, just like when we were kids, and snap pictures. We grumble a little but oblige. Here we are, my siblings and I (in the red shirt).
Here we are with Dad.
My brother Russ looks a little bit like Rick Harrison of Pawn Stars. In fact, when he was in Las Vegas, he had his picture taken outside the pawn shop.
Darrell, on the right, looks a little bit like Dee Snider without the makeup (especially when he doesn't have a beard). He has also at times reminded me of a young Jimmy Stewart (think in It's a Wonderful Life), but with a lot more hair.
I don't know if I look like anybody famous. My hairdresser, many years ago, said Geena Davis, but I don't think so (but I wish).
How about you? Do you resemble someone famous? If an actor were to play you in a movie, who would it be?
I think Jane Lynch would get the role of me, not so much for facial features as overall build and height. Just have her quit working out for a few months, change the hair, and send her to Sconnie to eat some brats and get the accent down. Yeah, that'd work.