Monthly Archives: March 2008

Busy Day

It’s our wedding anniversary today.   We were so young when we stood in the front of that church twenty-three years ago, but we’re still together.  I can’t wait to see what the next twenty-three years bring.   I got home … Continue reading

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Outta Here

I am off to retreat today until Sunday.  I should have projects to show and stories to tell when I get back.   I pulled out some fat quarters for the fat quarter raffle, but after the block raffle incident … Continue reading

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Trunk Show

I’m giving a short presentation tonight at art quilt group about painted fabrics.  I’ll start with a brief overview of supplies needed, then show the fabrics and explain which techniques I used.  Since I have everything pulled out I thought … Continue reading

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Another Stash Update

These sure come around fast!   I did not buy or use anything this week.  My totals are still the same.   Year to Date Totals: Used/Out – 12 5/8 yards Bought/In – 4.25 yards   My totals will change … Continue reading

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Happy Thoughts

After a difficult week, I’m trying to focus on the positive things in my life.   Finding my favorite Easter candy at the store.   Apple replacing my ipod after no amount of restoring could coax it to play more … Continue reading

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UFO Training, Part Two

Last week I posted about retraining myself to finish my UFOs and decided to choose one to finish.  I picked the fall themed round robin I wrote about last month.  If you missed that post about retreat planning, you can … Continue reading

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Who’da Thought?

My son checked this book out of his school’s library.   He has recently shown an interest in cooking.  I have no idea what brought it on, but I have no problem teaching him.  A man should know how to … Continue reading

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