What a busy week! I'm glad it's Friday...
Our house is just a couple of blocks from the campus of TCU. And the TCU football team is ranked #4 in the nation and is playing a very important football game this weekend. Many of our neighbors and friends are TCU grads or employees, and Brian and I have become fans by association. Go Horned Frogs! But we will always be first and foremost Wittenberg University fans. We met there as students in the late 1970s, and married after my graduation in 1979.
Wittenberg has a great team this year as well. They are 9-0 overall and 6-0 in the NCAC. They are guaranteed at least a share of the conference title and a berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs. If they win their final game tomorrow, at home against the College of Wooster, they will win the NCAC outright. Go Tigers! Beat Wooster!
The weather has been beautiful this week. Sunny and in the mid-70s during the day, 50s at night. The roses and fall flowers are looking really lovely:
Today Brian and I met for lunch at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. They are holding their annual Greek Fest. We had a great Greek lunch, and of course a little baklava. And listened to some live Greek music.
I had escaped for lunch in the middle of quilting this quilt for Linda. A really nice cowboy and pinwheel quilt. I finished it a few minutes ago:
I need to load another client quilt this afternoon, and then it's the weekend!