International Civil Rights Museum and watching the last (sigh) Harry Potter film together. We cooked together, watched movies, sat and read on the porch (thanks to a break in the weather), played Sporcle on the computer, put puzzles together, and talked and talked. It was beyond wonderful.
I cannot say enough good things about the International Civil Rights Museum--the exhibits are state-of-the-art, but at the the same time, actually walking into the Woolworth's lunch counter where the sit-in took place transports one back to the 1960's in a segregated country. If you are anywhere nearby, you need to come and visit.
Millions of words have already been written about the Harry Potter films, but just let me say that I think this series of movies is a very special achievement. They certainly don't replace the books, but they definitely captured the world that Jo Rowling so lovingly created. I'm happy that I will always have the books and the films to draw me back into that world.
Now that things are quiet again, I'm back to the studio to work on my woobie quilt and, hopefully, finish the Brownies quilt. Happy July to ya'll from the hot and steamy Piedmont.
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