Monthly Archives: June 2020

Incredibly loud, terribly scary

But I did it anyway. On Saturday, I finally did something I’ve wanted to do for a few years. Bear bought me a pistol a few years ago. I applied for, and got, my concealed carry license. I live in … Continue reading

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Double Irish Chain

I made this quilt for my best friend’s daughter. We went shopping for fabric, my BFF and I. She knows absolutely zero about quilting, so she picked out the fabric for the squares – which has a little pattern that … Continue reading

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The first draft

There will be small squares at the corners, and probably a small heart quilted in each. I think I can get away with stitching in the ditch for the rest when it’s done. Middle block will have the baby’s name … Continue reading

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Lack of immunity

Is something I rarely think about. I am normally, according to my doctor, “disgustingly healthy.” (I love my doctor, he has a great sense of humor and I give him as much grief as possible because he gives it right … Continue reading

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Fear

The motif of 2020 seems to be fear. I’ve never been afraid of much in my life – aside from spiders and mitered corners and snow, I’m pretty fearless Throw some virus at me, go ahead, I won’t stay home … Continue reading

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