Monthly Archives: August 2014

Drawing to an end — another day is almost gone

Days fly by faster and faster anymore. My husband likes to sit out on the deck and watch the trains and the traffic go by. Sometimes, I’ll join him and we’ll watch the sun slowly sink down below the mountains … Continue reading

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Needle Turn Applique Heart

My quilting friend here in Tehachapi took a class recently on a type of sewing called Needle Turn Applique. My previous step-mother-in-law made a number of quilts with appliqued and embroidered elements. I was able to finish one of her … Continue reading

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A very good day

Robert and I attended a birthday party today. It was Linda Gordon’s birthday and she invited us to join her and her family for a birthday celebration. We got to meet Linda and Ed’s children and grandchildren. Her granddaughter had … Continue reading

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Another blessing and “Sheepers”

I like to think that I don’t complain about my health, (because complaining does nothing to change the situation) but sometimes, it’s just hard to hold in. I have Fibromyalgia and chronic pain, and for the past six months I … Continue reading

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