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Huntington Quilters Guild & Quilts are Made of Memories

A big Thank You! to Alyson Jean and Jean Ruvel for the invitation to speak at the Huntington Quilters Guild on Tuesday night. I really enjoyed sharing the quilt stories with you. Over the few days in the car prior to the Trunk Show thoughts of what I'd say flew through my mind and often… Continue reading Huntington Quilters Guild & Quilts are Made of Memories

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Sometimes things are slower than intended

Sometimes things are slower than intended. Or intentionally slow. Life has a way of intervening in ways that are often surprising. This is one of the images I captured the other night during the test drive that I'm not submitting for the article. AEF harvested lavender that was growing in her front yard. She dries… Continue reading Sometimes things are slower than intended

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memory on 2 levels

The pipe is long gone but the pipe holder remains. Grampa smoked a pipe and there are certain cherry/vanilla scents that bring back such a pleasant memory that I'm back in the apartment with Gramma & Grampa. I can see Grampa having his tea in the saucer so he could drink it and have a… Continue reading memory on 2 levels