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Be a Nonagon in a Square

Hang with me as this is shaping up to be the first in a series of posts on education, and learning. At the outset please know that these are my opinions based in part on my experience as a student, and as a teacher, and I welcome conversation. The thinking process of education, learning, learning… Continue reading Be a Nonagon in a Square

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I gave it a go

On the last day of the Dutchess Heritage Quilt Show I popped out for a bit to go to Montgomery Place Orchards Farm Stand in Red Hook NY. The Pink Pearl apples on my list were sold out the week before, necessitating an apple change. Each apple was chosen in relation to making apple pie,… Continue reading I gave it a go

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Comparatively Speaking or If you only knew

I read "Compared to. . ." by Seth Godin and said, "there's a quilt related blog if I've ever read one." More than likely there were different words and it's barely 6 AM here, and I'm just taking my very first sips of my morning Joe I seek your indulgence for a few moments. Comparison… Continue reading Comparatively Speaking or If you only knew

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Focusing on the goal

I regularly read Seth Godin's blog with something always capturing my attention. This one captured my attention a while ago, with a blog draft waiting for me to have the time to write. Shortly after this I chose to limit the blog in favor of writing my book and trying to keep blogging commitments with Generation Q Magazine, after… Continue reading Focusing on the goal

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Magical Moments

From Seth Godin Today is Pi day, the 14th day of the 3rd month of the fifteenth year... 3.1415 Pi is our most famous irrational number. Not irrational in the sense that it's a foolish argument, a form of wishing for one thing while doing another. No, pi is irrational in a magical, beautiful sense. It… Continue reading Magical Moments

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Letting Go in such a good way

A few years ago I slowly started the process of letting go of fabric that no longer fit the style of quilting that I am currently working on. It was hard in some ways to make those decisions however once I started it got easier. I found that I was less and less attached to… Continue reading Letting Go in such a good way

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Stitchy Freedom

I'm a regular reader of Seth Godin's blog. Seth offers daily, pithy words of wisdom. (I frequently want to print and post them to the wall in my sewing room) This post talks about the fear of freedom. The following is from his post: What will you do next? What can you learn tomorrow? ... Are questions… Continue reading Stitchy Freedom