Sue spent the year quilting, finishing 13 quilts. She sews in her own studio and meets with her 3 quilting partners once a week to sew on group projects. She had a real paying job this year for the first time in many years and it helped to pay for her quilting habit. A good friend from her advocacy days asked her to be an intern during the legislative session and help with bill tracking for a division on the Governor’s staff. Her friend said she was the highest qualified intern ever! It was hard work but fun to be involved again and see lots of old friends at the Capitol. She is still involved with Festival of Trees, benefiting charity care at Primary Children’s Medical Ctr., by donating many handmade items, buying a gingerbread house, and helping to deliver large trees to purchasers. Lots of reading and helping with projects for her online scrapbook group. She also embarked on a health and wellness journey midway through the year that has increased her mobility and decreased her constant pain. So a pretty darn good year!