There should be rules about dinner conversations. In fact, there should be rules about old people ALL the time. I'm sure you know one .... those folks who talk about every bodily function imaginable to everyone who will listen, and even those who are walking away.
Why is that? I've always been rather a quiet, reserved person, not willing to share much about my health issues, but some people will just go on and on and on. Case in point, I was very reticent when an acquaintance (who shall remain nameless) called to ask me out to dinner.
Not a "date", just a friend who I would rather remain a friend in spite of my needing a handyman.
Unfortunately, I've decided to delete the rest of this post. It's not nice to talk about other people, especially when they are your friends. My apologies. Suffice to say dinner turned out to be a TMI conversation about a recent surgery and everything that accompanied it. Try as I might, I could not seen to get the conversation going in another direction.
The picture above is the latest quilt with binding finally in place. I think this is my all time favorite, the first one I did not make from a kit. I actually chose the fabrics. Having found a sampler quilt challenge on-line, free including all the directions and videos, I'm starting on a new project that I hope will erase all those TMI thoughts and images from my mind.