Sunday, June 7, 2015

The Leap

This is my nephew with his quilt.  I'm pretty sure words aren't necessary for this photo.


 It's so funny. Every time I give somebody a quilt, the first thing they do is wrap themselves in it.

 Of course, he had to ham it up.

 "I am a BURRITO!" he called as he rolled around on the grass.


"I love my quilt, Auntie! thank you very much."


After that he ran around the park using the quilt as a cape.


Looks like a hit to me.

Heh.




15 comments:

Valerie Levy said...

Fun! I love this! This is exactly the reaction someone should have when they receive a quilt! Your nephew is a special kid Lynne, it's easy to see he's got a certain "oomph" for life.....may he never lose it!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Fantastic!!!!!!!!

Megan said...

It certainly does look like a hit. Well done Lynne!

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Kathy said...

Great fun! And, something tells me he loves orange!

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

No doubt, he loves it!! And you!!

NeverBored said...

His reaction is the best kind of thank you note!

Just Ducky said...

You wrap yourself in a quilt and you wrap yourself with love.

Marei said...

Now there's a young man who knows how to enjoy a quilt! Love it. Love the burrito roll (make mine with beef and beans, please) as well as the Superman Cape run! I wish everyone would receive a quilt in the same manner. BTW...the quilt looks fantastic.

Pat said...

Makes me smile.

Eileen said...

What a great reaction! So obvious he loves it....the superhero race around the park made me laugh.

sharon said...

what a wonderful free spirit your nephew is...loved the look into his receiving the wonderful quilt you made...

Quilter Kathy said...

Such happy and joyfilled photos... you can't help but smile :)
Congratulations on such a fabulous quilted love gift!

Sharon said...

Wow, what a great reaction to his quilt! I can see the quilt matches his personality too. Great job, Lynne!

Julie said...

I love it!!!! The quilt, the boy, and his reaction to the gift!!

LynneP said...

What pure joy! Great photos and a beautiful quilt!