I went to the polling booth this morning. We're registered for postal voting but I decided I'd deliver our votes myself this time. I went straight after dropping Thomas at school and there was already a queue. There was a girl at the front probably in her mid 20's and they couldn't find her name on the list. Turns out she'd not actually registered to vote. I wonder how many times that will happen today.
Voting is a funny thing isn't it. People come over all MI5 about it for some reason, but you know me, I'm happy to spill the beans about most things, and without turning this into a political post I don't have a problem telling you I've voted Out. However, regardless of the outcome tomorrow, I will always be proud that we live in a democratic country and grateful for the fact that we're able to vote.
Unlike the south who have had terrible weather, we've had blue skies and sunshine today and I spent 20 minutes in the garden dead-heading and tying up the climbers.
And this is my third and final quilt for the time being. Another red border and patterned border has been added since I took this photo and it's finished now. I've thoroughly enjoyed all the sewing and mess making I've done this week but Mark and Amy will be home tomorrow and I want the house back in some sort of order.
Plus I really need to stop making the tops and find the courage to get on with the actual quilting!